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How Judges Think, Posner, Richard A.

Author Name    Posner, Richard A.

Title   How Judges Think

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   Fine

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press 2008

ISBN Number    0674028201 / 9780674028203

Seller ID   001679

Fine copy of first edition in fine Brodarted dust jacket. Black and grey boards with silver lettering on spine, dark grey end papers. 387 pp. Extensive index. From the perspective of an appellate court judge, Posner presents insight into how judges and justices decide cases. He focuses on the process of deciding on cases to which preexisting legal rules do not strictly apply. He views these non-routine decisions as legislative decisons with many constraints.

Lawyers, Attorneys, Judges, Supreme Court, Judicial Power, Judicial Process, Courts of Last Resort, SCOTUS, Solicitor General, Supreme Court History, Law Students; Law Graduates

Price = 40.00 USD

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