Law 101

Law 101

Everything You Need to Know About the American Legal System

by Jay M. Feinman

New York: Oxford University Press, 2000

ISBN 0-19-513265-3

Review Copyright © 2002 Garret Wilson

13 August 2002 10:44am


In Law 101, Jay M. Feinman examines the major subject areas relevant to first-year law school, such as constitutional law, torts, contracts, property law, and criminal law. His explanations are straightforward and thorough. Cases are cited, popular law-school cases that I've already started to recognize in my pre-law school readings.

Feinman's book is likely not a replacement for the first year of law school, but it does seem to cover the basic subject areas. Definitely enlightening.

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