Justice Without Law? Resolving Disputes Without Lawyers

By: Auerbach, Jerold S.

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Good Condition: One page shows yellow highlighting otherwise unmarked. Solid tight binding, 3/8 inch split to cover paper at spine head front. Minor visible cover wear including back cover corner crease, moderate visible outer soil. Used paperback copy of Justice Without Law? Resolving Disputes Without Lawyers by Jerold S. Auerbach. From the book cover: Why are Americans the most legalistic and litigious people in the world? What does that say about our values, our ideals, the quality of our social relationships? What are the benefits to our society? And what is the price we pay? These are among the questions that Auerbach considers in Justice Without Law?, the first history of dispute settlement in the United States. Auerbach explores the variety of alternatives to litigation that have existed throughout our history, within religious, utopian, ethnic, and even business communities. New York: Oxford University Press, 1984. Fourth printing. xiii, 182 pages. 5-3/8 x 8 inches, 21 cm. List price 39.95.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

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Describes the disadvantages of litigation, looks at what the American legal system suggests about our society, and discusses arbitration, mediation, and conciliation, alternatives to our adversary approach to justice.

Title: Justice Without Law? Resolving Disputes Without Lawyers

Author/Composer: Auerbach, Jerold S.

Categories: Law & Government,

Publisher: Oxford University Press: 1984-03-29

ISBN Number: 0195034473

ISBN Number 13: 9780195034479

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 012192

Keywords: Literature Nonfiction Books, Jerold Auerbach, Law History, Law Dispute Settlement History, 0195034473,