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Constitutional federalism in Malaysia/ J.C. Fong - Petaling Jaya , Malaysia : Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2008

The book covers constitutional history and discusses the Federal system of government under the Constitution, involving, inter alia, the distribution of Legislative and Executive powers, the rights and responsibilities of the Federal and State Governments, The Federal Government and the States, the special protection for Sabah and Sarawak and amendments to the Federal Constitution, particularly those amendments which could affect the rights and interests of the States. An extensive discussion of the powers of parliament to amend the supreme law and guiding principles of the constitution is given.


KM 31 M24



The A-Z of contract clauses/by Deborah Fosbrook and Andrian C. Laing – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

This book combines an expert knowledge of intellectual property and contracts with commercial awareness as to the choices that are available as to how rights, undertakings, obligations, indemnities and liabilities can be varied when drafting contract clauses. The contract clauses in the book are drafted in many different ways to reflect the range of agreements which can be achieved but also includes innovative new clauses.


KN 10



Evidence: investigation, rules and trials/by Benjamin H. Frisch - Clifton Park , NY : Thomson Delmar Learning, c2008

This book shows non-lawyers how evidence is gathered, analyzed in terms of whether or not it is admissible and then what happens to it at trial and on appeal. A key tool throughout the textbook is a Passim Case involving identity theft. Through this case, the evidence concepts no longer need to be taught in a vacuum. For example at the evidence gathering stage, students can consider how they might use informal techniques such as a private investigator to gather evidence. They may consider what discovery techniques to utilize and what questions should be asked.



KN 390



Journalism ethics and regulation/ Chris Frost – Harlow : Longman, 2007

This comprehensive volume addresses the ethical considerations, dilemmas and challenges the practicing journalist faces, each minute, every day. Providing context and practical advice, it explores an area of crucial importance for the 21st century, thoroughly equipping the reader with the information and tools to negotiate this challenging area knowledgeable, practically and responsibly.

KN 343



Corporate reputation:12 steps to safeguarding and recovering reputation/Leslie Gaines-Ross - Hoboken , N.J : John Wiley & Sons, 2008

The book is an easy read-which is tough to do when talking about reputation management, trust me I know-and, as the title suggests, the repair process is divided up into 12 different steps.


KZ 659.2



Constitutional and administrative law/Elizabeth Giussani – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

Provides a clear and accessible examination of the key areas of constitutional and administrative law and human rights. The work sets out a clear framework and seeks to explain the intricacies of the law. It covers the general principles of the constitution and institutional framework for governmental power. It also identifies and discusses all the key recent developments in constitutional law.

KM 31



Microsoft Exchange server 2007 administrator’s companion/Walter J. Glenn, Scott Lowe, Joshua Maher - Redmond , WA : Microsoft Press, 2008

This essential, single-volume reference details the features and capabilities of Echange Server 2007 and Service Pack 1(SP1) including how they work with Window Server 2008.

KZ 005.7


A guide to reinsurance law/ edited by Professor Robert Merkin – London : Informa, 2007

This book cover the following areas: Nature of Reinsurance; Formation of Reinsurance Agreements; Utmost Good Faith; Terms of Reinsurance Agreements; Rights and Obligations of the Parties; Follow the Settlements and Follow the Fortunes Claims Intermediaries Jurisdiction and Applicable Law Arbitration .


KN 290



DNA handbook/Cecilia Hageman, Derrill Prevett, Wayne Murray - Toronto , Ont: Butterworths, 2002

This handbook gives lawyers the scientific foundation they need to effectively represent clients, communicate knowledgeably with forensic scientists, and handle DNA evidence according to the law. Topics include: What DNA is how forensic DNA profiles are produced, and how they are interpreted, enhancements in DNA and RNA technology since publication of the first edition in 2002, legal framework for collecting and preserving DNA samples, trial practice and post-conviction issues, and non-criminal uses of forensic DNA and changes to Canada’s criminal legislation introduced in January 1, 2008. That significantly impact the collection of DNA evidence and inclusion of DNA profiles in the Canadian National DNA Data Bank .


KN 185.S2D6




Equity and trusts in a nutshell/by Micheal Haley – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2007

Nutshells are the ideal way to revise the essentials of law. Presented in clear and straightforward language, Nutshells provide a concise and up to date account of the law, especially topics favoured by examiners. Nutshells explain basic principles and highlight key cases and statutes as well as including model questions and answers. They are a vital purchase for any law student. Equity and Trusts covers the Trustee Act 2000 and the 2003 government proposals to change the law of charities .


KN 200

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Evidence: text & materials/Gregory Durston – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008

Interwoven with the author's incisive explanatory commentary are extracts from key cases, essential articles, and academic books. Exposure to these primary materials will help the student to develop a truly in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles of the law of evidence, and a keen awareness of how these principles are applied in modern practice. The focus throughout the text is squarely on the most important areas of the law of evidence, rather than its more arcane, and rarely encountered, aspects. Particular attention is paid to the major developments and judgments that have transformed this subject in the UK in recent years, in particular the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and the ongoing impact of the Human Rights Act 1998.


KN 390


Economic globalisation and human rights/edited by Wolfgang Benedek, Koen De Feyter, Fabrizio Marrella - Cambridge , UK : Cambridge University Press, 2007

Economic globalisation is one of the guiding paradigms of the twenty-first century. The challenge it implies for human rights is fundamental, and key questions have up to now received no satisfying answers. How can human rights protect human dignity when economic globalisation has an adverse impact on local living conditions? How should human rights evolve in response to a global economy in which non-statal actors are decisive forces? Economic Globalisation and Human Rights sets out to assess these and other questions to ensure that, as economic globalization intensifies, human rights take up the central and crucial position that they deserve. Using a multidisciplinary methodology, leading scholars reflect on issues such as the need for global ethics, the localisation of human rights, the role of human rights in WTO law, and efforts to make international economic organisations more accountable and multinational corporations more socially responsible.


KC 200



English legal system sourcebook/ Catherine Elliott - Harlow , England : Pearson Longman, 2006

The book presents essential statutes, cases and other relevant sources for undergraduate students, saving time in locating references from libraries and databases. It adopts the same clear format associated with the highly successful Elliott and Quinn textbooks. This sourcebook is designed to be used as a standalone resource or alongside English Legal System by the same author.


KL 1 U45


Evidence/by Micheal Stockdale… [] – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2007

Presents the essential facts and key principles of the most important cases in clear and straightforward language. Cases are organized by topic areas illustrating key principles of the law. Facts and decisions are summarized concisely, and additional commentary explains the possible implications of a decision and draws together major themes.

KN 390



Powers and jurisdiction of Syariah courts in Malaysia/ Farid Sufian Shuaib - Petaling Jaya : LexisNexis, 2008

This book examines the position of Islam and Syariah courts in the context of the Malaysian Constitution and legal system. It also provides a historical overview of the powers and jurisdiction of Syariah courts in Malaysia and deals with the constitutional and jurisdictional issues that are faced by both the civil and Syariah courts.


KD 600 M24



United Nations sanctions and the rule of law/by Jeremy Matam Farrall – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007

This book traces the evolution of the Security Council's sanctions powers and charts the contours of the UN sanctions system. It also evaluates the extent to which the Security Council's increasing commitment to strengthening the rule of law extends to its sanctions practice. It identifies shortcomings in respect of key rule of law principles and advances pragmatic policy-reform proposals designed to ensure that UN sanctions promote, strengthen and reinforce the rule of law.

KL 1312FAR



Muslim legal thought in modern Indonesia/R. Michael Feener - Cambridge , UK : Cambridge University Press, 2007

The book highlights the openness to, and creative manipulation of, diverse strands of international thought that have come to define Islamic intellectualism in modern Indonesia. This is an accessible and interpretive overview of the religious and social thought of the world's largest Muslim majority nation. As such it will be read by scholars of Islamic law and society, South East Asian studies and comparative law and jurisprudence.

KD 600 .I37



Labor guide to labor law/Bruce S. Feldacker - Upper Saddle River , N.J. : Prentice Hall Malaysia, c2000

This authoritative guide to labor law in the private sector is written from a union perspective and emphasizes the issues of greatest importance to unions. It covers the essential information needed to acquire a basic understanding of labor law and how it pertains to the workplace.


KN 190


Feminist perspectives on land law/ edited by Hilary Lim, Anne Bottomley – London : Routledge, 2007

The first book to examine the critical area of land law from a feminist perspective, this volume provides an original and critical analysis of the gendered intersection between law and land; ranging from land use and ownership in England and Wales to Botswana, Papua New Guinea and the Muslim world.


KN 60



Crimes without borders:an introduction to international criminal justice/Aaron Fichtelberg - Upper Saddle River , N.J : Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2008

This book examines the globalization of crime and justice in today’s contemporary society. It not only discusses the nuts and bolts of international crime and international law enforcement, but also raises abstract, theoretical issues for debate and asks critical questions about the best ways to think about international criminal justice problems. Throughout the book, it places global crime within the context of contemporary politics and current events. Hot topics such as terrorism, drug trafficking, and cybercrime are addressed throughout and connections between globalization, politics and criminal justice reflect the modern realities of international and transnational crime.


KC 210

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Working with you is killing me: freeing yourself from emotional traps at work/Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster - New York : Warner Business Books, 2006

For anyone trapped in an energy-zapping relationship with a co-worker, boss or subordinate, Crowley and Elster offer an exit strategy. A highly practical and easily implemented guide to making the situation workable. Looking at the workplace from every employee's perspective, Crowley, a Harvard-trained psychotherapist, and Elster, an entrepreneurial consultant, have created a book as valuable to readers on the top rungs of the corporate ladder as it is to those near the bottom.

KZ 650.13



Personal injury pleadings/by Patrick Curran ; contributing editor, Allan Gore – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2005

This popular guide supplies everything needed for settling pleadings in personal injury claims. It includes a comprehensive set of sample pleadings together with advice on their correct drafting, ensuring practitioners adopt the correct statement of case when preparing for court proceedings. It also provides supporting guidance on relevant case law and legislation and includes all the relevant Rules, protocols and Practice Directions .


KN 38.1


Cyber forensics: a field manual for collecting, examining, and preserving evidence of computer crimes/edited by Albert J. Marcella and Doug Menendez - Boca Raton , Fla : Taylor & Francis, 2008

The book covers rules of evidence, chain of custody, standard operating procedures, and the manipulation of technology to conceal illegal activities and how cyber forensics can uncover them. Extensive appendices include websites, organizations, pertinent legislation, best practice, hardware and software, and a recap of the federal rules of civil procedure.

KM 565.C5


Defense in international criminal proceedings: cases, materials and commentary/edited by Micheal Bohlander, Roman Boed, Richard J. Wilson – Ardsley : Transnational Publishers, 2006

This collection of cases and materials attempts for the first time to provide a compendium of the most important legal texts, relevant documents and cases, as well as explanatory commentary on the law of defence in international criminal proceedings by scholars and practitioners who have a wealth of relevant experience in the field. The book provides students in law school courses on international human rights law and ICL with the essential materials to understand the vital importance of an adequate defence in international criminal proceedings. Further, the text gives legal practitioners who may consider extending their field of practice to the international level a look at the diversity of the tasks they will encounter and prepare them for the legal culture shock inevitable at the international tribunals and courts. This book is available for classroom adoption.


KM 584



Interrogating images: audio-visually recorded police questioning of suspects/ David Dixon with Gail Travis – Sydney : Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2007

The book examines interview techniques of police officers, and gives fascinating insights into past and present police practices, such as how much to tell the suspect about the crime before the interview, the style of language and manner of the interviewer and how officers challenge inconsistencies in a suspect's story. The text is liberally illustrated with examples from the research.

KM 580.12



Victims’ rights, human rights and criminal justice: reconceiving the role of third parties/Jonathan Doak – Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2008

This monograph deconstructs the nature and scope of the rights of victims of crime against the backdrop of an emerging international consensus on how victims ought to be treated and the role they ought to play. The essence of such rights is ascertained not only by surveying the plethora of international standards which deal specifically with crime victims, but also by considering the potential cross-applicability of standards relating to victims of abuse of power, with whom they have much in common. In this book, Jonathan Doak considers the parameters of a number of key rights which international standards suggest victims ought to be entitled to.

KC 1410



Commercial law/Paul Dobson, Robert Stokes – London : Thomson Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

This book covers the fundamental principles of the subject and the relevant case and statute law. Presented in a clear and accessible format, the text adopts an engaging style and explains the law in a critical and evaluative approach. Use of topical and relevant practical examples help draw out key principles and introductions to parts seek to link the law into its wider context.

KN 250



Criminal law in a nutshell/by Paul Dobson – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

Nutshells present the essentials of law in clear, straightforward language, explaining the basic principles and highlighting key cases and statutes. With the inclusion of model question and answer sections, they are ideal revision aids. The new eighth edition of Nutshells Criminal Law contains the latest legislative and case law developments.

KM 500



Risk and crisis management in the public sector/Lynn T. Drennan and Allan McConnell - New York , NY : Routledge, 2007

This innovative text provides knowledge and skills necessary to assess and treat risks arising in public sector organizations. It also addresses the steps involved in preparing for and dealing with crisis, and how valuable lessons can be learned in the aftermath of such events.


KZ 352.379



The law of real property mortgages/W.D. Duncan, W.M. Dixon - Annandale , NSW : Federation Press, 2007

This accessible book provides a very through account of the law of real estate mortgages across Australia. It analyse the substance of the mortgage transaction from creation through to rights of enforcement. The analysis includes detailed consideration of the rights and obligations of both mortgagors and mortgagees, It covers topics such as priorities and tacking, insurance, variation and assignment, rights of discharge, entry into possession, foreclosure and power of sale


KN 56.5

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Criminal law/by Penny Childs, Paul Dobson – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

Nutcases present the essential facts and key principles of the most important cases in clear, straightforward language. Cases are organised by topic areas illustrating key principles of the law. Facts and decisions are summarised concisely, and additional commentary explains the possible implications of a decision and draws together major themes. The fifth edition of Nutcases Criminal Law has been fully updated with the latest case law developments.


KM 500



Default judgment: principles and procedure/ Choong Yeow Choy - Kelana Jaya : Lexis Nexis, 2006

This book deals with every foreseeable aspect in relation to the entry and the consequential application to set aside a default judgment in the civil litigation process. The applicable procedural principles and their exceptions, as laid down in the rules of court and as enunciated by the decisions of the courts, are dealt with exhaustively in this book .


KN 303


Computer ethics/ edited by John Weckert - Aldershot , England : Ashgate, 2007

Computer ethics, as the field became known, flourished in the following decades. The emphasis initially was more on the computing profession: on questions related to the development of systems, the behavior of computing professionals and so on. Later, the focus moved to the Internet and to users of computer and related communication technologies. This book reflects these different emphases and has articles on most of the important issues, organised into sections on the history and nature of computer ethics, cyberspace, values and technology, responsibility and professionalism, privacy and surveillance, what computers should not do and morality and machines.


KN 347


Computer law : the law and regulation of information technology/edited by Chris Reed and John Angel – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007

The new edition of this established book has been completely updated to cover the significant changes in information technology law since the last edition, which have included the landmark Supreme Court decision in MGM v Grokster. The book has also been restructured for ease of reference into sections dedicated to broader topics. These include: a section on commercial exploitation of information technology products and services, with a new chapter on software development and licensing; an expanded section on online commerce, as opposed to e-commerce alone, covering both e-commerce transactions, and online intermediaries; and a section devoted to intellectual property issues in information technology law, with a new chapter treating online use of trade marks, and domain names.

KN 347



Managing at the speed of change: how resilient managers succeed and prosper where others fail/by Daryl R. Conner - New York : Villard Books, 1993

From Publishers Weekly in this clinical study cum management guide, psychologist and business lecturer Conner discusses change as an inevitable, often disorienting element of the modern worker's business life. Citing the disfunction likely to occur among employees facing corporate-merger upheavals or new high-tech equipment, he defines "resilience" as essential to viewing change as an "understandable and manageable process." Conner charts a system of "support patterns" for achieving transitions at "appropriate" speed. Also essential to successful navigation of change, he observes, is "interdependent synergy," exemplified by the cooperation of a foxhole gunner and his ammo-toting partner, at every corporate level.


KZ 658.406



Lowndes and Rudolf: the law of general average and the York-Antwerp Rules/by J.H.S. Cooke and R.R. Cornah – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

This is a new edition of the leading work on this subject, first published in the 1870s. It provides detailed, section-by-section commentary on the recently revised York-Antwerp Rules. The commentary sets out the obligations, rights and entitlements of the various parties in a general average situation governed by English law and/or the York- Antwerp Rules (YAR). It discusses the various courses of action open to the parties in a general average situation and the effect of taking any of these options on rights and liabilities. It also covers enforcement of rights in general average. The book's historical approach, looking at the various states of the YAR over its many revisions, makes clear the nature and impact of the most recent changes.


KN 330



Private equity: law and practice/Darryl J Cooke – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

Established as the leading reference work on planning and executing both the funding of start-up companies and acquisitions through venture capital. Covering the major legal and business aspects of funding via private equity, this accessible guide provides all the practical legal and commercial information needed in this area. New to this edition are chapters covering Market Trends and Management Due Diligence.


KN 200



The technology and construction court/by His Honour Judge Peter Coulson Q.C. – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2006

It provides a unique and authoritative guide to this jurisdiction. It examines the day-to-day workings of the Court in detail, including: the relevant Civil Procedure Rules, the Pre-Action Protocol procedure, case management, alternative dispute resolution, the Court's support for arbitration, the stages in proceedings leading up to trial, the enforcement of adjudicators' decisions and costs. The book is fully up-to-date to take account of the second edition of the TCC Guide, which took effect on October 2005.


KN 398



Mason’s forensic medicine for lawyers /Sharon Cowan, A.C. Hunt - Haywards Heath : Tottel, 2008

The new, 5th edition of this well-respected book provides a broad overview of the medico-legal issues arising in both criminal and civil proceedings. Written by a highly respected academic, the new edition ensures the text is brought fully up-to-date with new material on wounds, explosions, head injury, transplantation, asphyxia, marriage and pregnancy, and the legal aspects of medical practice.

KM 608.5



Administrative law/by Paul Craig – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008

This second edition offers detailed discussion of administrative law, placing it within its historical, social and political framework. Throughout the text, administrative policies and judicial decisions are analyzed, and possible solutions to difficult, controversial questions thus arising are suggested to assist complete understanding. Many major new decisions are examined, and comparisons are made with other jurisdictions, particularly the USA.


KM 300

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Principles of criminal law/Simon Bronitt – Pyrmont : Law Book Co., 2005

This book provides a comprehensive examination of the social, economic and historical context of criminal law in Australia. It adopts a distinctive national perspective, taking into account the overlapping principles of the common law and code. Issues of gender, human rights and ethnicity are covered thoroughly.


KM 500



Master visually Microsoft Office 2007/Tom Bunzel - Hoboken , N.J. : John Wiley, 2007

Within this comprehensive, visual reference, succinctly captioned, step-by-step screen shots show you how to accomplish more than 300 Office tasks. You’ll learn how to format text and apply styles in Word, work with Excel formulas and functions, add animation to PowerPoint slides, create an Access database, manage contacts with Outlook, collaborate with OneNote and Live Meeting, and create publications with Publisher. A bonus CD-ROM includes demo software, add-ins, sample files, and additional chapters.


KZ 005.5



Modern legal drafting: a guide to using clearer language/Peter Butt and Richard Castle – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006

In the second edition of this highly regarded text, the authors show how and why traditional legal language has developed the peculiar characteristics that make legal documents inaccessible to the end users. Incorporating recent research and case law, the book provides a critical examination of case law and the rules of interpretation. Detailed case studies illustrate how obtuse or outdated words, phrases and concepts can be rewritten, reworked or removed altogether. Particularly useful is the step-by-step guide to drafting in the modern style, using examples from four types of common legal documents: leases, company constitutions, wills and conveyances. Readers will gain an appreciation of the historical influences on drafting practice and the use of legal terminology. They will learn about the current moves to reform legal language, and receive clear instruction on how to make their writing clearer and their legal documents more useful.


KL 34.2



Compensating child abuse in England and Wales/Paula Case – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007

Many types of child abuse litigation are covered including physical abuse, emotional abuse and neglect, but with a primary focus on sexual abuse claims. This book offers a detailed commentary on the legal principles governing compensation for the harm occasioned by child abuse.


KN 176.41



Class action law and practice/Peter Cashman – Sydney : The Federation Press, 2007

This book is a practical guide to Australian class action law and practice. It examines in detail federal and state class action statutory provisions and case law along with representative action procedure available under the rules of the various Australian courts. This book also provides comparative information on class action litigation in other jurisdictions including England and Wales, Canada and the United States.


KN 350



International criminal law/Antonio Cassese – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008

This book provides a clear account of the principles governing international crimes and an outline of international criminal trials. Adopting a combination of the classic common law and more theoretical approaches to the subject, it expounds the fundamentals of both substantive and procedural international criminal law, providing a theoretical framework to all the rules, principles, concepts, and legal constructs key to the subject. Cassese guides the reader through a vast array of cases and materials from a number of jurisdictions, providing thought-provoking analysis that brings the political and human contexts to the fore.


KC 210



The penal system: an introduction/Michael Cavadino and James Dignan – London : SAGE Publications, 2007

This book provides the reader with a fascinating insight into the factors that helped shape penal philosophies and approaches of punishment across a variety of different countries.


KM 581



Probation, parole, and community corrections in the United States/by Dean John Champion - Upper Saddle River , N.J. : Pearson Education, 2008

This book offers a comprehensive look at the probation and parole process for both juvenile and adult offenders. Known for its extensive coverage, it includes discussion of offender needs and risks, a variety of supervision programs, inmate re-entry issues and solutions, and theories of crime and rehabilitation. Readers are provided with samples of important forms and paperwork, while special features highlight international practices and stories from the field. The book covers all aspects of offender processing including special topics such as: electronic monitoring, home confinement, global position satellite tracking, intensive supervised probation/parole, seamless probation/parole, prediction instruments, etc; Shows all aspects of processing both adults and juveniles and provides examples specific to each type of offender; Provides samples of specific paperwork such as pre-sentence investigation reports for adults and pre-dispositional reports for juveniles; Offers unique international coverageand examples of probation and parole programs in 14 different countries. The book is an excellent reference for any practioner in Corrections.

KM 587



Modern jurisprudence/Prof. Hari Chand - Petaling Jaya, Selangor : International Law Book Services, 2005

The book provides an invaluable foundation and comprehensive introduction to the subject. It finishes the reader with the basic principles involved and at the same time enables the student to reflect upon and critically analyse the law and the legal system. The author not only discusses old theories but also introduces readers with current theories and issues.


KA 21



International commercial mediation/by Cyril Chern – London : Informa Law, 2008

The book provides examples, supplies forms, and explains procedures of actual working mediations which can be used to adapt to individual needs. It also deals with advanced practitioner issues and the emerging law on international mediation. Contents include: mediation as a form of ADR, the development of mediation in the construction industry, differences between construction and general commercial mediation, the construction mediation process, the initial meeting commencement of the mediation, mediator control traditional mediation.


KL 1250

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