Woman and the Law (Classic Reprint)

Woman and the Law (Classic Reprint)

by George James Bayles
     
 

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This work is designed to serve the purposes of a general view of the legal condition of the women of the United States at the present time, and is more especially for the reading of women. It is a general statement and not an exhaustive analysis; it is not designed for the practising lawyer, man or woman, for though it deals with legal

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Excerpt from Woman and the Law

This work is designed to serve the purposes of a general view of the legal condition of the women of the United States at the present time, and is more especially for the reading of women. It is a general statement and not an exhaustive analysis; it is not designed for the practising lawyer, man or woman, for though it deals with legal principles, it does not apply them to concrete cases; and least of all is it an attempt to make every woman her own lawyer.

American women, whether studying alone or in clubs, are coming more and more to take an appreciative interest in the sociological development of the nation, and naturally a subject to engage their attention is the condition of their fellow-women viewed from all standpoints. Perhaps the most difficult branch of the general subject to be handled by women in a comprehensive way is the positive law, both because the material is not easily accessible and because some experience is needed to make use of the material when found.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781330241165
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
06/27/2015
Pages:
294
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

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