University of Pittsburgh

Legal gridlock: a critique of the American legal system.

As the volume and complexity of legislation grows, legal gridlock becomes a real prospect. In this volume, Thomas Fischer examines the American legal system from a variety of perspectives, and suggests what is wrong and might be changed to prevent cost and delay from strangling social and commercial progress.

ISBN: 9781611630657
PittCat: KF384.F57 2012

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