All those who work in the human services sector are constrained in what can be done by legislative and statutory requirements, and by the ethical and value imperatives of the legal system. Social and welfare workers, however, need to not just know the law, but to understand how law and legal systems can be utilised. With case examples.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-285) and index.
|Statement||Phillip A. Swain, editor.|
|Contributions||Swain, Phillip A.|
|LC Classifications||KU1459 .I5 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||2003427414|
In the Shadow of the Law 3rd Edition by Phillip Swain (Editor), Simon Rice (Editor) ISBN Author: Phillip Swain. Perhaps only once a decade does a brilliant young lawyer write a terrific first novel that suddenly announces him as a first-rate story-telling talent while revealing anew the enormous drama hidden within the colossus that we call the American legal system. Kermit Roosevelt is such a writer and In the Shadow of the Law is such a book. A tremendous, satisfying read. This 3rd edition represents a complete revision of content. New chapters have been revised and prepared in the light of contemporary practice, and 12 new contributors and new chapters in relation to such areas as domestic violence, working with interpreters, social work and sexuality, housing rights, adoption and post adoption practice, family law, and social work and Indigenous Australians Reviews: 1. In the Shadow of the Law stands in the shadow of great realist novels like Stendhal’s The Red and the Black and Dickens’s Bleak House. ” — The American Lawyer “If you recognize yourself in any of the moral-lacking or morale-lacking characters, seek immediate help.”.
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eyes ofthe law,” acritical observer notedin , “aman is aman, while a woman is a maid, wife, widow, or mother.”2 Women immigrants endeavored to enter and to become citizens of the United States in the shadow of the law.3 Immigrants like Concepcio´nde la Cruz experienced arrival as a legal process, and many immigrants ar-. A Christian Science Monitor Best Book of the Year Winner of the Philadelphia Athenaeum Literary Award In the Shadow of the Law is the story of Morgan Siler, a powerful Washington, D.C., law firm that has transformed itself from a traditional practice serving those most in need into a shrewd giant serving the interests of the wealthy.4/5(2). Race in the Shadow of Law [Eddie Bruce-Jones] on nuamooreaid.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Race in the Shadow of Law offers a critical legal analysis of European responses to institutional racism. It draws connections between contemporary legal knowledge practices and colonial systems of thoughtAuthor: Eddie Bruce-Jones. Jun 12, · IN THE SHADOW OF THE LAW By Kermit Roosevelt. pp. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $ THIS is an impressive first novel -- with equal emphasis on both adjectives.