New books in the Library – June 2018

The library staff have selected a bunch of new books for the library. For a full list of our new acquisitions, check our the June Acquisitions list.

HC120 .E5 W35 2018
Title: There’s something in the water : environmental racism in Indigenous and Black communities / Ingrid R.G. Waldron.
Publication info: Winnipeg ; Black Point : Fernwood Publishing, 2018.
Subject: Environmental policy–Canada.
Subject: Hazardous waste sites–Canada.
Subject: Indigenous peoples–Canada–Politics and government.
K213 .S86 2018
Title: Legal reasoning and political conflict / Cass R. Sunstein.
Edition: Second edition.
Publication info: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Subject: Law–Methodology.
Subject: Law–Political aspects.
Subject: Law–United States–Methodology
K230 .S2549 A35 2018
Title: Liberal legality : a unified theory of our law / Lewis D. Sargentich, Harvard Law School.
Publication info: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Subject: Law–Philosophy.
Subject: Rule of law.
Subject: Liberalism.
K487 .E3 B378 2018
Title: The republic of beliefs : a new approach to law and economics / Kaushik Basu. 
Publication info: Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2018]
Subject: Law–Economic aspects.
RA1242 .C17 W54 2018
Title: Wigmore on cannabis : the forensic toxicology of marijuana for lawyers and other medicolegal professional / James G. Wigmore.
Publication info: Toronto, ON : Irwin Law, 2018.
Subject: Cannabis–Toxicology–Abstracts.
Subject: Cannabinoids–Toxicology–Abstracts.
Subject: Marijuana–Toxicology–Abstracts.

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