Nolo's Plain-English Law DictionaryBook - 2009
Open the average law dictionary and chances are you'll feel more confused than before you read a word.nbsp;Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionarynbsp;is different. From ""abrogate"" to ""zero tape"", we've cut down on the Latin and defined common (and some not-so-common) terms you can really use to understand and access the law.
Set aside those dusty, outdated law dictionaries! Written for the 21st century, this essential reference contains complete definitions of the legal terms you need today. If you're a law student, paralegal, accountant, small business owner or librarian --nbsp;anyonenbsp;whosenbsp;work or life touches the law --nbsp;this fully up-to-date A to Z guide puts access to the law into your hands.
Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionarynbsp;contains 3,800nbsp;plain-English legal definitions, including many newly coined terms you'll find online and off, such as ""typosquatting"" and ""patent troll"". Of course, if you need definitions for legal standards -- even when they're in Latin -- you'll find those here too. Plus, find a copy of the Constitution of the United States of Americanbsp;for yournbsp;reference in the pages following the complete list of definitions.