Interpreting Court

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Connecting Research to Applications, 2nd Edition

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Connecting Research to Applications by David A. Savitz, Gregory A. Wellenius
2016 | ISBN: 0190243775 | English | 240 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Contemporary Supreme Court Cases: Volume 1: Landmark Decisions Since Roe v. Wade  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Aug. 16, 2016
Contemporary Supreme Court Cases: Volume 1: Landmark Decisions Since Roe v. Wade

Donald E. Lively, D. Scott Broyles, "Contemporary Supreme Court Cases: Volume 1: Landmark Decisions Since Roe v. Wade"
2016 | ISBN-10: 1440837120 | 746 pages | PDF | 5 MB
The Changing Nature of Customary International Law: Methods of Interpreting the Concept of Custom in International Criminal...

The Changing Nature of Customary International Law: Methods of Interpreting the Concept of Custom in International Criminal Tribunals by Noora Arajärvi
English | 2014 | ISBN: 0415827418, 1138210471 | 214 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Interpreting the Constitution  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Nov. 22, 2015
Interpreting the Constitution

Interpreting the Constitution by Kent Greenawalt
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0199756155 | 512 pages | PDF | 3,3 MB

The Practice of Court Interpreting (Benjamins Translation Library)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Nice_smile) at Aug. 28, 2015
The Practice of Court Interpreting (Benjamins Translation Library)

The Practice of Court Interpreting (Benjamins Translation Library) by Alicia B. Edwards
English | July 14, 1995 | ISBN: 9027216029 | 206 Pages | PDF | 18.41 MB

The Practice of Court Interpreting describes how the interpreter works in the court room and other legal settings.
Interpreting Construction Contracts: Fundamental Principles for Contractors, Project Managers, and Contract... (repost)

Interpreting Construction Contracts: Fundamental Principles for Contractors, Project Managers, and Contract Administrators by H. Randolph Thomas & Ralph D. Ellis and Jr.
English | ISBN: 0784409218 | 2007 | 464 pages | PDF | 2,7 MB

Every day, engineers and managers are called upon to understand and execute the terms of construction contracts. Often times these professionals have little or no legal training and find themselves relying upon intuition, common sense or hearsay - with possibly unfortunate and expensive results.
From the American Civil War to the War on Terror: Three Models of Emergency Law in the United States Supreme Court (Repost)

From the American Civil War to the War on Terror: Three Models of Emergency Law in the United States Supreme Court By Emily Hartz
2012 | 117 Pages | ISBN: 3642326323 | PDF | 1 MB
From the American Civil War to the War on Terror: Three Models of Emergency Law in the United States Supreme Court

From the American Civil War to the War on Terror: Three Models of Emergency Law in the United States Supreme Court By Emily Hartz
2012 | 117 Pages | ISBN: 3642326323 | PDF | 1 MB
Interpreting Construction Contracts: Fundamental Principles for Contractors, Project Managers, and Contract Administrators

H. Randolph Thomas and Ralph D. Ellis, "Interpreting Construction Contracts: Fundamental Principles for Contractors, Project Managers, and Contract Administrators"
English | ISBN: 0784409218 | 2007 | 464 pages | PDF | 3 MB
The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions: The Principle of Complementarity

The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions: The Principle of Complementarity
Brill | July-15-2008 | ISBN: 9004169091 | 533 pages | PDF | 2MB

The principle of complementarity provides a framework as to when the Prosecutor of the ICC may and should interfere vis-a-vis national judicial systems. The principle acknowledges the primary right of states to prosecute while also recognising the need for international interference when states fail in this task. As formulated in the Rome Statute, however, it leaves complex questions unresolved. To mention a few: When is a national criminal proceeding really an attempt to shield the perpetrator? When can a national judicial system be characterised as unavailable? And when will an ICC prosecution serve the interests of justice?