Black’s Law Dictionary: Second Edition

Reprint of the second edition. Originally published: St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing, 1910. 1314 pp. This reprint of Black’s classic dictionary incorporates many new definitions and additional citations to decided cases, besides being a thorough revision of previous entries. Also included are many Latin and French terms overlooked in the first edition. Medical jurisprudence in

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Reprint of the second edition. Originally published: St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing, 1910. 1314 pp. This reprint of Black’s classic dictionary incorporates many new definitions and additional citations to decided cases, besides being a thorough revision of previous entries. Also included are many Latin and French terms overlooked in the first edition. Medical jurisprudence in particular is enriched, with new definitions for insanity and pathological and criminal insanity. The second edition (1910) is an essential complement to the first edition (1891) as it provides the scholar and student of law important insights into the rapid development of law at the turn of the century. The second edition is also notable for its revamped system of arrangement, with all compound and descriptive terms subsumed under their related main entries. Libraries, students, historians, and practitioners will all benefit from this historically significant research tool.

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Andrew P. Kluka says:

THE LEGAL DICTIONARY TO HAVE! BLACK’S is THE LEGAL DICTIONARY to have. The thumb-indexing makes it easy to use, but the outstanding efforts made in its’ writing makes it THE legal dictionary to have. Fantastic for courses AND Bar review.

Heidi holsapple says:

The book was not in good condition. I also was expecting an edition that … The book was not in good condition. I also was expecting an edition that was more recent than 3rd edition. I was not able to use this as the gift I intended because it was so old. I didn’t think to ask how old it was but it should have been Mentioned in the details.

Stony Jack says:

How? The formatting is messed up in a way that I can’t even begin to comprehend, honestly. The sentences will break off right in the middle and continue halfway down the page.Like a Shel Silverstein book with more Latin.

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