A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs: Federal and State (Aall Publications Series)

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  • ISBN13: 9780837701516
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3 thoughts on “A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs: Federal and State (Aall Publications Series)

  1. James A. Becker
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    What Is a Union List?, February 15, 2000
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    James A. Becker (Louisville, KY USA) –

    This review is from: A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs: Federal and State (Aall Publications Series) (Hardcover)

    Though Whiteman and Campbell fail to answer a fundamental question in their all-too-brief introduction (just what is a union list?), this undaunted reader was pleased to find a wealth of information in this slender tome. Richly delivering on the title’s promise, Whiteman and Campbell do indeed offer a scrupulously alphabetized list of court record holdings, encompassing both the federal and state judiciaries.

    Moreover, this helpful work includes addresses, telephone numbers, formats and lending policies of the myriad law libraries profiled herein. While I will probably never ever again refer to this work, it is edifying to know that fastidious scholars Whiteman and Campbell have provided me with the knowledge that the North Carolina Division of Archives & History’s Cultural Resources Department holds case files of the North Carolina Supreme Court from 1800 to 1939.

    The publisher is to be commended for printing the book using an attractive serif font on pleasing, cream-colored paper. The cover and binding also seem durable enough to stand years of disuse on a forgotten shelf.

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    Brilliant!, October 17, 2000
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    This review is from: A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs: Federal and State (Aall Publications Series) (Hardcover)

    Whiteman and Campbell manage to turn a truly dull subject into fascinating reading! Should be on everyone’s “must read” list.

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    Reifying the bibliographical Zeitgeist…, February 26, 2001
    By 
    Kurt X. Metzmeier “A Very Stuffy Man” (Louisville, KY United States) –
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    This review is from: A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs: Federal and State (Aall Publications Series) (Hardcover)

    In A Union List of Appellate Court Records and Briefs : Federal and State, Whiteman and Campbell outline a new type of Supreme Court brief aesthetics based in contemporary literary theory and exemplified by a variety of imaginative texts, from Anglo-American canonical poetry and fiction to avant-garde music and film. The innovative work links philosophical and aesthetic issues inherent to collections of state and federal briefs, with postmodernism continuing and amplifying the central concerns of romanticism, including subject formation, the disruptive effects of the human body; and the unique forms of textuality found in the writings of lawyers arguing before the appellate courts of Louisiana and New Jersey. Messiers Whiteman and Campbell, discuss such conflicts in psychoanalytic terms, although the book demonstrates how imaginative texts complicate psychoanalytic models, especially in legal bibliography. Perhaps through the influence of Campbell (the droll Frick to the obtuse Frack of Whiteman), the Union List of Appellate Court Records keeps reinventing itself through conflict via the exploration of limits, that is, by surviving extreme experience more than from the results of the dialectic. State or federal? — who cares as the briefs dissolve in a world affirming, karmic Weltansicht.

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