Friday, October 04, 2013

          UC Hastings Faculty Pen Leading Casebooks in Their Fields

          UC Hastings faculty members have authored or co-authored an impressive number of casebooks on a wide range of legal subjects, many of which are considered the leading casebooks in their field.

          Kate Bloch
          Criminal Law: A Contemporary Approach: Cases, Statutes, and Problems (Aspen Publishers 2005).

          Richard Boswell
          Immigration and Nationality Law: Cases and Materials (Carolina Academic Press 4th ed. 2010).

          Richard Boswell and Karen Musalo
          Refugee Law and Policy: A Comparative and International Approach (Carolina Academic Press 4th ed. 2011).

          Jo Carrillo
          Cases and Materials on California Community Property (Thomson/West 10th ed. 2011).

          John Diamond
          Cases and Materials on Torts
          (West Group 2d ed. 2008).

          John Diamond and Rory Little
          Criminal Law: Cases and Materials (Lexis Pub. 3d ed. 2008).

          William S. Dodge
          Transnational Business Problems (Foundation Press 4th ed. 2008).

          Elizabeth L. Hillman
          Military Justice: Cases and Materials (LexisNexis 2d ed. 2012).

          Carol Izumi and Frank H. Wu
          Race, Rights, and Reparation: Law and the Japanese American Internment (Aspen Publishers 2d ed. 2013).

          David Jung and David Levine
          Remedies: Public and Private (Thomson/West 5th ed. 2009).

          Charles Knapp and Harry G. Prince
          Problems in Contract Law (Aspen Publishers 7th ed. 2012).

          Evan Lee
          Federal Courts, Federalism and Separation of Powers: Cases and Materials (West 5th ed. 2013).

          John Leshy
          Legal Control of Water Resources: Cases and Materials (West 5th ed. 2012).
          Federal Public Land and Resources Law (Foundation Press 6th ed. 2007).

          David Levine and C. Keith Wingate
          Cases and Materials on California Civil Procedure (West 4th ed. 2011).

          Richard Marcus
          Civil Procedure: A Modern Approach (Thomson/West 6th ed. 2013).
          Complex Litigation: Cases and Materials on Advanced Civil Procedure (West 5th ed. 2010).

          Leo Martinez
          Cases and Materials on Insurance Law (Thomson/West 6th ed. 2010).

          Ugo Mattei
          Schlesinger’s Comparative Law (Foundation Press 7th ed. 2009).

          Roger Park
          Evidence: Cases and Materials (Foundation Press 11th ed. 2009).

          Naomi Roht-Arriaza
          The International Legal System: Cases and Materials (Foundation Press 6th ed. 2010).

          D. Kelly Weisberg
          Modern Family Law (Aspen Publishers 4th ed. 2010).
          Child, Family, and State: Problems and Materials on Children and the Law (Aspen Publishers 6th ed. 2009).

          Lois A. Weithorn
          Family Law: Cases, Texts, Problems (LexisNexis 5th ed. 2010).

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