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The Mechanics of Law Making (Columbia University Lectures. Carpentier Lectures, 1913.) by Courtenay Ilbert ISBN 13: 9781584770442

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Hardcover; Lawbook Exchange Ltd; ISBN-13: 978-1584770442

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The Mechanics of Law Making

by Ilbert, Courtenay

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2001. ISBN-13: 9781584770442; ISBN-10: 1584770449. Ilbert, Courtenay. The Mechanics of Law Making. New York: Columbia University Press, 1914. viii, 209 pp. Reprinted 2001 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584770442. ISBN-10: 1584770449. Cloth. $70. * Text of a series of lectures delivered in October 1913 at Columbia University on judicial presence, English legislation and statutes, aspects of law drafting and codification. Ilbert also provides an example of the workings of the legislative process in his discussion of the origin and functions of the Parliamentary Counsel's office in England. Ilbert was the clerk of the House of Commons.
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