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Title: LAW THE ART OF JUSTICE
Publisher: BEAUX ARTS
Publication Date: 1992
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
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Morris Leo Cohen (1927 - 2010) was an American attorney who left the practice of law to become a law librarian and professor of law at the University at Buffalo, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard Law School and Yale Law School. Described by The New York Times as "one of the nation's most influential legal librarians", he wrote extensively about the history of law and helped organize and computerize the law libraries at Harvard and Yale. He was fascinated with legal history as evidenced in the six-volume Bibliography of Early American Law (1998), which he researched and compiled for 35 years. He brought together obscure legal, historical, political and cultural sources that enabled researchers to have the most cross-disciplinary, in-depth framework within which to study legal issues. In this book, Mr. Cohen discusses Socrates--Galileo--George Jacobs--Sacco and Vanzetti-- and Patrick Henry.
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