World Constitutions Illustrated
HeinOnline‘s World Constitutions Illustrated was recently named one of the Outstanding Academic Titles of 2010 by Choice. World Constitutions Illustrated provides access to contemporary and historic constitutions from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, as well as law review articles and other scholarly commentary on the constitutions. HeinOnline can be accessed from the law library database page.
Other 2010 Outstanding Titles owned by the Widener law library are:
The Annotated U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence, ed. by Jack N. Rakove. Belknap, Harvard, 2009.
Changes in law and society during the Civil War and Reconstruction: a legal history documentary reader, ed. by Christian G. Samito. Southern Illinois, 2009.
Encyclopedia of human rights, ed. by David P. Forsythe. Oxford, 2009.
Johns, Adrian. Piracy: the intellectual property wars from Gutenberg to Gates. Chicago, 2009.
Shesol, Jeff. Supreme power: Franklin Roosevelt vs. the Supreme Court. W.W. Norton, 2010
Drakeman, Donald L. Church, state, and original intent. Cambridge, 2010.
Epp, Charles R. Making rights real: activists, bureaucrats, and the creation of the legalistic state. Chicago, 2010
Gordon, Sarah Barringer. The spirit of the law: religious voices and the Constitution in modern America.
Mendelson, Richard. From demon to darling: a legal history of wine in America. California, 2009.