INTRODUCTION TO LAW AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM provides an overview of law and the American legal system, using cases to support the major functions of U.S. law. Suitable for a variety of departments and courses, this text is known for its broad coverage, flexible organization, and use of cases to explain legal concepts.
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Frank August Schubert is a former Associate Professor of criminal justice at Northeastern University where for twenty-five years he taught introduction to law, criminal law, criminal procedure, and other law-related courses. Prior to becoming a professor, Schubert worked as administrative assistant to the Director of Police in Dayton, Ohio, and as an assistant district attorney and special prosecutor in Wisconsin. He earned his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin.Review:
"The text is a solid overview text for an introductory law and the legal system course. The coverage is appropriate, the content is current and it is written at a level that is suitable for our students. It provides an appropriate mix of narrative discussion and case excerpts."-Brian McCully, Fresno City College
"I like Schubert because it's a good text for teaching students the more detailed aspects of legal or judicial process. ... It presents law from an insiders' perspective." -Paul Chen, Western Washington University
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