Law eBook Collection
Books at JSTOR offers ebooks in Law from such publishers as NYU Press, Columbia University Press, and Edinburgh University Press. This collection contains 67 frontlist titles (published in 2013-2016), divided into sets based on copyright year. The titles cover a range of topics, including comparative law, constitutional law, and ethics and professional responsibility.
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Notable 2016 titles include:
Ctrl + Z: The Right to Be Forgotten
Meg Leta Jones | NYU Press
"By laying out the terrain so thoughtfully, and highlighting the concepts that should guide our actions, Jones has created the groundwork for a much needed conversation on the profound problem of permanent digital ballasts in the 21st century."
—The New York Times Book Review
The Promise of Human Rights: Constitutional Government, Democratic Legitimacy, and International Law
Jamie Mayerfeld | University of Pennsylvania Press
"Jamie Mayerfeld's book is an important contribution to democratic theory and to human rights scholarship. His reasoning is lucid, the research careful, and the breadth impressive."
—Michael Goodhart, University of Pittsburgh
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