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Gilbert Law Summaries: Conflict of Laws

  • Edition : 18th ed., 2003
  • Author(s) : Kay
    • ISBN: 9780314143419
    • SKU: 40011
    • Condition: New
    • Format: Paperback


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    • ISBN: 9780314143419
    • SKU: 40011V
    • Format: VitalSource eBook/ePub


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Gilbert Law Summaries are America’s best selling law school outlines and have set the standard for excellence since they were introduced more than thirty-five years ago. It’s Gilbert’s unique combination of features that makes it the one study aid you’ll turn to for all of your study needs! Walk into class prepared with a comprehensive outline of the law, a concise capsule summary perfect for a quick review, charts of every kind, a text correlation chart so that you can match your specific reading assignment to the relevant pages in the Gilbert outline, and an index/table of cases. Ace your final exams with a step-by-step approach to attack your exam, exam tips, and sample multiple choice, true-false, and essay questions.

Professor Kay's Gilbert Law Summaries: Conflict of Laws edition is no exception, covering topics like:

Jurisdiction (including Notice and Opportunity to be Heard, Minimum Contacts, Types of Jurisdiction); 
Choice of Law (including Vested Rights Approach, Most Significant Relationship Approach, Governmental Interest Analysis);
Choice of Law in Specific Substantive Areas; 
Traditional Defenses Against Application of Foreign Law; 
Constitutional Limitations and Overriding Federal Law (including Due Process Clause Full Faith and Credit Clause Conflict Between State and Federal Law);
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments;
And much more!