Oran's Dictionary of the Law (Paperback)

Author: Oran, Daniel

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by Tammy Cochnauer on 11/17/2008

The book is great. It is what I needed and ordered. The service was not so good. I ordered and paid for the book, they said they shipped it out. However, UPS said they had not received it, all they received was the billing information. A month later I still did not have my book. Finally, after 3 emails, they "resent" the book and I got it about a week later.

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Oran''s Dictionary of the Law, Fourth Edition, is the easiest to use introduction to legal terminology and concepts on the market. It contains clear definitions of the words that most paralegals, paralegal students, and persons in related fields need to know. The book precisely explains contracts, laws, court decisions, and lawyers. This new fourth edition includes a CD-ROM that contains all terms and definitions in the book and over a thousand new and revised definitions. It also includes an updated section on computerized legal research and overhauled sections on bankruptcy, intellectual property, litigation support, national security and other rapidly changing subject areas. Oran''s Dictionary of the Law will leave the student equipped with a precise, technical, legal vocabulary. This book also works as an important reference for consumers and businesspersons to confidently read a contract, interpret a law, or talk to a lawyer.

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Publisher Cengage Learning
Mfg Part# 9781418080914
SKU 203963043
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1418080918
Release Date 6/15/2007
Product Attributes
Book Format Paperback
Edition 0004
Number of Pages 0627
Publisher Delmar Thomson Learning
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