New Books in the Law Collection

Some of our recent acquisitions for the law collection:

Understanding the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act and Access to Public Meetings (Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, 2013), by Mark J. Sommaruga

A guide to Connecticut’s Freedom of Information laws, this book covers public meetings, access to public records, and penalties and proceedings before the Freedom of Information Commission.

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Mastering American Indian Law (Carolina Academic Press, 2013), by Angelique Townsend EagleWoman & Stacy L. Leeds

This book provides an overview of American Indian law and covers a wide range of subjects, such as property law, criminal jurisdiction, family law, natural resources and tribal government.

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Connecticut Family Law (Lexis, 2014), Louise Traux, ed.

This practice-oriented book covers all aspects of family law and procedure.  It includes forms, checklists, practice tips for all stages of a case.

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