Aspen Publishers has published another very useful book for non-U.S. students and practitioners who are faced with understanding U.S. law. At first, I was a bit perplexed that Aspen had published this book, since the company also publishes the widely used Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing for International Graduate Students by Nadia Nedzel. However, while the content does overlap some, the two books have slightly different target audiences and overall goals. One of the main differences is that while Nedzel spends a great deal of time on U.S. legal research, the International Lawyer's Guide explicitly does NOT cover legal research. Law libraries, especially academic one serving an international clientele, would do well to have both in their collections.
Legal Information Alert, Issue 1, January 2009, 12-13, reviewing Deborah B. McGregor & Cynthia M. Adams, International Lawyer’s Guide to Legal Analysis and Communication in the United States (Aspen Publishers/Wolters Kluwer Law & Business 2008).
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kelmor, Kimberli, "International Lawyer’s Guide to Legal Analysis and Communication in the United States" (2009). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 2127.