Texas Jurisprudence Study Guide

Author: Vasilios A. Zerris
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465343873
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"This study guide is amazing! It is extremely concise and helped me tremendously in preparing for the jurisprudence exam. I solely used this guide in preparing for the exam and passed on my first attempt. I would definitely recommend this to everyone preparing for the jurisprudence exam." Steven Huang MD Neurosurgeon "Great study prep! The material is more than adequate and very nicely organized. I love the format of question and answer. I passed the exam on my first attempt. It saved me a lot of studying time." George Varkarakis MD Plastic Surgeon

The Texas Medical Jurisprudence Exam

Author: Ben White
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692634585
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The most efficient, readable, and reasonable option for preparing for the Texas Medical Jurisprudence Examination, a required test for physician licensure in Texas. The goal of this study guide is to hit the sweet spot between concise and terse, between reasonably inclusive and needlessly thorough. This short book is intended to be something that you can read over a few times for a few hours before your test and easily pass for a reasonable price, with enough context to make it informative and professionally meaningful without being a $200 video course or a 300-page legal treatise. After all, the Texas JP exam isn't Step 1-it's a $58 pass/fail test!

Pass The Texas Pharmacy Law Exam A Study Guide And Review For The Texas Mpje

Author: Sarah Fichuk
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780615655185
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***Now updated through June 2014******Includes over 260 questions***You can pass the Texas MPJE(r)!To gain pharmacy licensure in Texas, candidates must pass two exams: a clinical exam (NAPLEX(r)) and a pharmacy law exam called the Multistate Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE(r)). While most students are compelled to focus efforts on studying for the clinical exam, the difficulty and complexity of the MPJE should not be underestimated. This test covers federal and state law and requires knowledge of specific details. Use this book to make the most of the time you have to study and score high on the Texas MPJE(r). This is one of the most important tests of your career-make sure you are prepared! A clear concise study guide, this book provides a thorough review of both state and federal pharmacy law. Compiled by an actively practicing pharmacist who has successfully passed four MPJE(r) law exams, this study guide is packed with current, essential information you will need to pass the exam. Features include-outlined strategy on how to study for the test-specific areas to concentrate on-review of selected federal and state laws-review of selected Texas State Board of Pharmacy rules-over 260 practice questions and answers

Texas Jurisprudence Study Guide

Author: Gerhard Friehs MD
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146534389X
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This study guide is amazing! It is extremely concise and helped me tremendously in preparing for the jurisprudence exam. I solely used this guide in preparing for the exam and passed on my first attempt. I would definitely recommend this to everyone preparing for the jurisprudence exam. Steven Huang MD Neurosurgeon Great study prep! The material is more than adequate and very nicely organized. I love the format of question and answer. I passed the exam on my first attempt. It saved me a lot of studying time. George Varkarakis MD Plastic Surgeon

Core Radiology

Author: Jacob Mandell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107679680
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Combines clinical images, full-color illustrations and bulleted text to create a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for learning and review.

Clinical Neuropsychology Study Guide And Board Review

Author: Kirk J. Stucky
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199896674
Size: 68.66 MB
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The Clinical Neuropsychology Study Guide and Board Review provides an easy to study volume with sample questions and recommended readings that are specifically designed to help individuals prepare for the ABCN written examination. In addition, this book can also be used as a teaching tool for graduate students and trainees at various levels. The book is divided into three sections: Section 1: Foundations of Clinical Neuropsychology; Section II: Fundamentals of Assessment; and Section III: Disorders and Conditions. The format is geared toward exam preparation and is much less dense than a typical textbook. Materials are provided in a concise, outlined manner, with liberal use of bullets, boxes, and illustrations/tables that allow readers to easily review and integrate information into their already established knowledge base. To augment the study guide, a recommended readings list at the end of each chapter provides references to more comprehensive materials considered important or seminal in each topic area.

The Ultimate Texas Mpje Review Guide 2018

Author: Fred Brinkley, Jr.
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692054406
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The Best Selling Texas MPJE Study Resource Used By Over 2,500 Candidates in 50 States and 8 Countries!

Flagrant Conduct The Story Of Lawrence V Texas

Author: Dale Carpenter
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393081966
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“A highly informative, detailed, even thrilling account of how the Supreme Court arguments reshaped American law.”—Michael Bronkski, San Francisco Chronicle No one could have predicted that the night of September 17, 1998, would be anything but routine in Houston, Texas. Even the call to police that a black man was "going crazy with a gun" was hardly unusual in this urban setting. Nobody could have imagined that the arrest of two men for a minor criminal offense would reverberate in American constitutional law, exposing a deep malignity in our judicial system and challenging the traditional conception of what makes a family. Indeed, when Harris County sheriff’s deputies entered the second-floor apartment, there was no gun. Instead, they reported that they had walked in on John Lawrence and Tyron Garner having sex in Lawrence’s bedroom. So begins Dale Carpenter’s "gripping and brilliantly researched" Flagrant Conduct, a work nine years in the making that transforms our understanding of what we thought we knew about Lawrence v. Texas, the landmark Supreme Court decision of 2003 that invalidated America’s sodomy laws. Drawing on dozens of interviews, Carpenter has taken on the "gargantuan" task of extracting the truth about the case, analyzing the claims of virtually every person involved. Carpenter first introduces us to the interracial defendants themselves, who were hardly prepared "for the strike of lightning" that would upend their lives, and then to the Harris County arresting officers, including a sheriff’s deputy who claimed he had "looked eye to eye" in the faces of the men as they allegedly fornicated. Carpenter skillfully navigates Houston’s complex gay world of the late 1990s, where a group of activists and court officers, some of them closeted themselves, refused to bury what initially seemed to be a minor arrest. The author charts not only the careful legal strategy that Lambda Legal attorneys adopted to make the case compatible to a conservative Supreme Court but also the miscalculations of the Houston prosecutors who assumed that the nation’s extant sodomy laws would be upheld. Masterfully reenacting the arguments that riveted spectators and Justices alike in 2003, Flagrant Conduct then reaches a point where legal history becomes literature, animating a Supreme Court decision as few writers have done. In situating Lawrence v. Texas within the larger framework of America’s four-century persecution of gay men and lesbians, Flagrant Conduct compellingly demonstrates that gay history is an integral part of our national civil rights story.

Legal Theory And The Legal Academy

Author: MaksymilianDel Mar
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351560506
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The third in a series of three volumes on Contemporary Legal Theory, this volume deals with four topics: 1) the role of legal theory in the legal curriculum; 2) the teaching of legal theory; 3) the relationship of legal theory to legal scholarship; and 4) the relationship of legal theory to comparative law. The focus of the first two topics is on the common law world, where the debates over the aims and proper place of legal theory in the study of law have traversed a good deal of ground since John Austin's 1828 lecture, 'The Uses and the Study of Jurisprudence.' These first two parts offer a selection of the most important papers, including surveys, as well as pedagogical viewpoints and particular course descriptions from analytical, critical, feminist, law-and-literature and global perspectives. The last three decades have seen just as many changes for legal scholarship and comparative law. These changes (such as the rise of empirical legal scholarship) have often attracted the attention of legal theorists. Within comparative law, the last thirty years have witnessed intense methodological reflection within the discipline; the results of these reflections are themselves properly recognised as legal theoretical contributions. The volume collects the key papers, including those by Neil MacCormick, Mark Van Hoecke, Andrew Halpin, William Ewald and Geoffrey Samuel.