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Barron’s Law Dictionary: Mass Market Edition (Barron’s Legal Guides)

Updated to reflect recent modifications in federal and state law, this book is a quick-reference source for lawyers, law students, legal professionals, and interested laypersons. The author defines more than 5,000 legal terms, using nontechnical language that remains legally accurate. Terms are documented with citations and apply to civil procedure, commercial and contract law, constitutional

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Updated to reflect recent modifications in federal and state law, this book is a quick-reference source for lawyers, law students, legal professionals, and interested laypersons. The author defines more than 5,000 legal terms, using nontechnical language that remains legally accurate. Terms are documented with citations and apply to civil procedure, commercial and contract law, constitutional law, criminal law, property law, and torts. This is a “mass-market-size” paperback. This Law Dictionary is also available from Barron’s in a trade edition that features larger pages with large type.

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Leo Romero says:

Good for Kindle I sampled three popular law dictionaries for Kindle (1) , (2) , and (3) . By far, the best I’d seen is Barron’s. Among other things, instant search is enabled, and there…

Seso Shopping says:

Outstanding This was an invaluable volume for helping me get through law school, and the bar exam. The compact size was really very important: I could (and did) carry it around with me everywhere, in the days before e-books were an option. It continues to be my first choice 20 years after graduating law school. In short, if you need a definition for citation purposes, you probably will (and should) use Black’s Law Dictionary. But in order to understand the actual terms, use this volume. 

Katrena says:

Five Stars Is easy to navigate and comes in handy.

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