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&LAW, a new book series, aims to examine legal problems and issues across a diverse range of opinions. After providing a legal framework for a particular question, books in the series will call on experts in other fields like science, business, history, engineering, political science, and even art to broaden and enhance the discussion. &LAW will provides unique, and at times, unexpected, answers to challenging topics of contemporary importance.
DESCRIPTION: The series, sponsored by The University of Akron School of Law and published by The University of Akron Press, will be comprised of one or two publications annually. The series will be available in traditional print format and e-book formats.
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Book proposals should be sent to:
Tracy A. Thomas Professor of Law The University of Akron School of Law Akron, OH 44325-2901 (330) 972-6617 email@example.com