2 edition of Bibliographic Guide to Law 2001 (Bibliographic Guide to Law) found in the catalog.
Bibliographic Guide to Law 2001 (Bibliographic Guide to Law)
by G. K. Hall & Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||1145|
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Articles. P.S. Atiyah, "Consideration: A Restatement" in Essays on Contract (OUP ) ; LL Fuller, "Consideration and Form" () 41 Columbia Law Review ; F Kessler, "Contracts of Adhesion—Some Thoughts About Freedom of Contract" () 43(5) Columbia Law Review ; S Gardner, "Trashing with Trollope: A Deconstruction of the Postal Rules in Contract" () 12 Oxford . African American genealogy: a bibliography and guide to sources. Fort Wayne, IN: Round Tower Books, p. E W57 ; Woodtor, Dee. Finding a place called home: a guide to African-American genealogy and historical identity. New York: Random House, c xi, p. E W69 ; Young, Tommie M. Afro-American genealogy.
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