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Savannah Law

Author : William Eleazer
ISBN : 0982474768
Genre : College students
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Welcome to Savannah College of Law, located in America's most beautiful city!Jennifer Stone graduates from Savannah College of Art and Design and in an unusual career change, enrolls in Savannah College of Law (¿Savannah Law¿). Scott Marino, a senior, and prosecution clinic intern assigned to the DA¿s office, meets Jennifer during orientation and the two are immediately attracted to each other. Also finding an interest in Jennifer is an ambitious, young professor, Denis Nolan, who is campaigning hard to succeed the retiring dean. He weaves himself into Jennifer¿s life by selecting her as his teaching assistant. Nolan is the son of one of the school¿s founders, and uses his influence with the Board of Trustees to have Jennifer appointed as a student representative on the dean search committee. Scott has his own personal reasons for distrusting Nolan. He tries to alert Jennifer, but she quickly dismisses his warnings.When Max Gordon, one of the nation¿s most successful trial attorneys comes to town for a high profile criminal trial, the lives of Scott, Denis, and Max¿and eventually Jennifer¿ become intertwined in a whirlwind of drama, both inside and outside the courtroom. The trial becomes a media frenzy, and the suspense and intrigue of the trial and its aftermath build to a surprising climax that changes the lives of all involved forever.

Savannah Tempest

Author : Edgar W. Butler
ISBN : 9781412214537
Genre : Fiction
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Savannah Tempest is a new novel from the second era of two-Savannahs, one free and one oppressed, twisted together from slavery and hammered out through the lives of Jewish fertilizer merchants Ludlow Cohen and Gilbert Wilkins. Compelled to serve as confederate undercover agents with secessionist and Klu Klux Klan member Mike Paine, their lives take a different turn during the turbulent aftermath of the Civil War and the unyielding demand of the Klu Klux Klan organizers to re-enslave Aaron Alpeoria Bradley and Negro freedmen. Without the influence of Eliza Andrews and Amora Conte, Sociologist/Historian and novelist Dr. Edgar W. Butlerʼs gripping story, would be as incomplete as Gone With the Wind without Scarlett OʼHara. Set in 19th century Georgia, this story unfolds among some of the southʼs historic events. While General W. T. Sherman was presenting Savannah to President Lincoln as a Christmas gift, Ludlow Cohen was unknowingly experiencing some relation-ships that would impact the rest of his life and Savannah. The author weaves an arsenal of emotions—fear, hate, love, rage, and forbidden sex, that inflamed the smoldering frustrations of life in post-Civil War Savannah. The book culminates in a duel between Ludlow and Mike Paine, a leader of the Klu Klux Klan. This illustrated book had benefit of the wonderful work of many graphic artists of the era who helped visualize the panorama. Diaries, newspapers, censuses, academic books and articles were utilized in recording authentic words and sentiments of persons from all of these sources.

Brief Writing Masterclass

Author : Chinua Asuzu
ISBN : 9781482878011
Genre : Law
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An advocate submits a brief to a court or tribunal to persuade it to decide the cause or matter in favor of the advocate’s client or position. The key word is “persuade.” Too often, advocates forget this and write to please themselves. They write to themselves instead of to the court. They write in chest-thumping prose and style. Advocates will do well to keep in mind that in advocacy, persuasion is all that matters. This book teaches persuasive written advocacy. It shows advocates—of all ranks, in all jurisdictions, in all proceedings, before all courts or tribunals—how to prepare and present winning and winsome arguments. Because of its emphasis on winning, the book’s pedagogy blends law, linguistics, logic, psychology, rhetoric, and semantics.

The National Trust Guide To Savannah

Author : Roulhac Toledano
ISBN : 0471155683
Genre : Architecture
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The definitive guide to the architectural treasures of one of North America s urban masterpieces "Savannah s twenty-two squares are its treasures the other main attraction: its architectural gems. The sheer number of distinguished buildings is astonishing for a city of Savannah s size." John Berendt, from the Foreword The National Trust Guide to Savannah takes you on an illustrated walking tour through the breathtakingly gorgeous squares and neighborhoods of one of North America s most beautiful cities. Pausing along the way to linger over this or that point of architectural interest, Roulhac Toledano pieces together the history of the city, from when it was little more than a plan on founder James Edward Oglethorpe s drawing board through the groundbreaking preservation work of the 1950s. With the help of more than 200 historic and contemporary photographs, Toledano provides vivid impressions of the city, and takes you to the outlying areas of the Sea Islands and salt marshes, the plantations of Chatham County, and nearby river villages. For those planning a visit, The National Trust Guide to Savannah supplies an extensive guide to Savannah s museums, lodgings, restaurants, bookstores, antique shops, and other points of interest.

Insiders Guide To Savannah Hilton Head

Author : Georgia Byrd
ISBN : 9781493018352
Genre : Travel
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Insiders' Guide to Savannah and Hilton Head is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to these treasured Southern cities. Written by a local (and true insider), this guide offers a personal and practical perspective that makes it a must-have guide for travelers as well as residents looking to rediscover their home city of Savannah or nearby Hilton Head.

Reports Of Cases In Law And Equity Determined In The Supreme Court Of Georgia

Author : Georgia. Supreme Court
ISBN : CORNELL:31924066040845
Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
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A Court Divided The Rehnquist Court And The Future Of Constitutional Law

Author : Mark Tushnet
ISBN : 9780393077513
Genre : Law
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"An incisive consideration of the Supremes, offering erudite yet accessible clues to legal thinking on the most important level."--Kirkus Reviews In this authoritative reckoning with the eighteen-year record of the Rehnquist Court, Georgetown law professor Mark Tushnet reveals how the decisions of nine deeply divided justices have left the future of the Court; and the nation; hanging in the balance. Many have assumed that the chasm on the Court has been between its liberals and its conservatives. In reality, the division was between those in tune with the modern post-Reagan Republican Party and those who, though considered to be in the Court's center, represent an older Republican tradition. As a result, the Court has modestly promoted the agenda of today's economic conservatives, but has regularly defeated the agenda of social issues conservatives; while paving the way for more radically conservative path in the future.

Savannah Secrets

Author : Fiona Hood-Stewart
ISBN : 9781460362327
Genre : Fiction
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When eccentric Rowena Carstairs leaves her sizable estate to an illegitimate grandson who was given up for adoption at birth, Savannah attorney Meredith Hunter is obliged to track him down. Her search takes her to the wilds of Scotland, where she is shocked to discover that the man is none other than infamous corporate raider Grant Gallagher. Despite her reluctance to deal with such a ruthless man, Meredith knows she has no choice but to fulfill her client's wishes. Although he's indifferent to the inheritance, Grant is increasingly curious about the family he never knew he had and his grandmother's motives. And about Meredith, who's not the kind of woman he ever imagined he'd be attracted to.

Federal Courts

Author : Michael P. Allen
ISBN : 9781454838289
Genre : Law
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An innovative, highly accessible casebook that features problems, cases connected by narrative text, charts, and graphs, all presented in a manner suited to multiple teaching approaches. Features: Incorporates problems throughout each chapter allowing students to reinforce their understanding of basic doctrine and to explore doctrine in greater depth. Presents information graphically through charts and diagrams to appeal to multiple learning styles and reinforce student comprehension. Includes all relevant statutes, rules, and constitutional provisions. Includes a comprehensive Teachers Manual with the authors suggestions for using chapter materials, the authors views about the text problems, and other supporting materials and references. Presents topics that otherwise overlap with coverage in Civil Procedure (e.g., subject matter jurisdiction) in a manner that leads to more advanced and interesting treatment.

The Croom Family And Goodwood Plantation

Author : William Warren Rogers
ISBN : 9780820334837
Genre : History
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One of the most elegant mansions in Florida, Goodwood was built over a century ago and stands today as one of Tallahassee's grandest historical monuments. It was once the center of a thriving plantation founded by the Croom family of North Carolina, who in the 1820s sought to revive their fortunes in the newly opened Florida territory. William Warren Rogers and Erica R. Clark tell the story of this family and their legacy, shedding new light on many aspects of antebellum family life, plantation management, and race relations. They describe how brothers Hardy and Bryan Croom developed Goodwood Plantation to over four thousand acres with nearly two hundred slaves before Hardy and his family were killed in a shipwreck, and how a twenty-year lawsuit, complicated by questions of survivorship and residency, denied Bryan control of the estate. This meticulously detailed account, drawing extensively on family correspondence and court records, is a story of humaneness, hard work, and family values—but also of selfishness and greed—that reveals an intriguing chapter of southern history.

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