Legal Bibliography: Justice

JUSTICE

SnoTitleAuthorPublisherYear of PublicationPlace of PublicationEdition
1Abridged Trial Procedure in Indian LawV Bagga1973Bombay
2Abridged Trial Procedure in Indian LawDinesh C Pande1973Bombay
3Access to JusticeV R Krishna IyerB R Publications1993Delhi
4Access to JusticeV R Krishna IyerB R Publications1993Delhi
5Administration of JusticeRobin C A WhiteBasil Blackwell1991Cambridge002
6Administration of JusticeRobin C A White1985Oxford
7Administration of JusticeL Morgan1977New York
8Administration of JusticeT B Seshacharyulu1977New York
9Administration of JusticeJ N Swaton1977New York
10Administration of JusticeK N Wells1973New Jersey002
11Administration of JusticeP B Weston1973New Jersey002
12Administration of Justice during the Muslim Rule in India On autho Deb Prize Thesis for 1932W Husain1934Calcutta
13Administration of Justice during the Muslim Rule in India On autho Deb Prize Thesis for 1932W Husain1934Calcutta
14Administration of Justice in British India its History and Present StateW H Morley1858London
15Administration of Justice in British India its History and Present StateW H Morley1858London
16Administration of Justice in India : Ethics and AccountabilityRajneesh Kumar PatelDeep & Deep Pubilcations2011New Delhi
17Administration of Justice in Latin AmericaH L Clagett1952New York
18Administration of Justice in Latin AmericaH L Clagett1952New York
19Administration of Justice in Medieval Indiax Mumammad Basheer Ahmad1941Aligarh
20Administration of Justice in Medieval Indiax Mumammad Basheer Ahmad1941Aligarh
21Administration of Justice in ThailandP Hutasingh1967Bangkok
22Administration of Justice in ThailandP Hutasingh1967Bangkok
23Administration of Justice in the 17 Century IndiaB S Jain1970
24Administration of Justice in the 17 Century IndiaB S Jain1970
25Administration of Justice in the CourtsF J Klein1976New York
26Administration of Justice under the East India Company in Bengal Bihar and OrissaA C Patra1962Bombay
27Administration of Justice under the East India Company in Bengal Bihar and OrissaA C Patra1962Bombay
28Administration of Law and Justice in Ancient IndiaA KaulSarup and Sens1993New DelhI
29Ambedkar and Social JusticeB R Ambedkar1992New Delhi
30American Court SystemsS Goldman1978San Francisco
31American Court SystemsA Sarat1978San Francisco
32American CourtsD J MeadorWest Publications1991St. Paul, Minn
33American Judicial BehavioursS Brenner1973New York
34American Judicial TraditionG Edward White1976New York
35American Legal HistoryKermit L HallOxford University Press1991New York
36American Legal HistoryW M WiecekOxford University Press1991New York
37American Legal ProcessesM P Melauchlan1977New York
38American Legal SystemL Mayers1964New York
39American Legal SystemL Mayers1964New York
40American Legal SystemL Mayers1955New York
41American Legal SystemL Mayers1955New York
42Ancient Hindu JudicatureB G R Rao1920
43Ancient Hindu JudicatureB G R Rao1920
44Appellate Courts and LawyersT B Marvell1978London
45Appointment of a Chief JusticeA R Antulay1973Bombay
46Appointment of the Chief Justice the Government and the Supreme CourtS P Mitra1973New Delhi
47Archeon or a Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in EnglandW Lambarde1957
48Archeon or a Discourse upon the High Courts of Justice in EnglandW Lambarde1957
49Arunachal PradeshUsha K SinghVikas Publications1991New Delhi
50Assault on Judiciary and the Role of ParliamentJanak Raj JaiAssociated Legal Advisers1998New Delhi
51Australian Legal StudiesD W Chantler1971Sydney
52Bonded Labour and Social JusticeS S Prakash1990New Delhi
53Capabilities and Social JusticeJohn M AlexanderAshgate2008Hampshire
54Cardinals CourtJ A Guy1977Sussex
55Case law of the International CourtE Hambro1958Leyden
56Case Law of the International CourtE Hambro1966Leyden
57Cases and Materials on the English Legal SystemG Wilson1973London
58Cases and Materials on the English Legal SystemMichael Zander1973London002
59Cases and Materials on the English Legal SystemMichael Zander1976London003
60Chandrachud ReaderV S Deshpande1985New Delhi
61Changing Aspects of Law and Justice in IndiaO P Motiwal1979Allahabad
62Chronicle of British Indian Legal HistoryAbdul HamidRBSA Publishers1991Jaipur
63Civil Law TraditionJ H Merryman1969Stanford
64Colonial Justice the Unique Achievements of the Privy Councils Committee of JudgesB Hollander1961London
65Colonial Justice the Unique Achievements of the Privy Councils Committee of JudgesB Hollander1961London
66Commentary on the Juvenile Justice ActHari Dev KohliUniversal Law Publishing Co,2011Delhi011
67Commentary on the Juvenile Justice ActHari Dev KohliUniversal Law Publising Co.2011New Delhi
68Commentary on the Juvenile Justice ActSuman NalwaUniversal Law Publising Co.2011New Delhi
69Community Relations and the Administration of JusticeD P Geary1975New York
70Comparative Judicial BehaviourD J Denelski1969
71Comparative Judicial BehaviourD J Denelski1969
72Comparative Judicial BehaviourG Schubert1969
73Comparative Judicial BehaviourG Schubert1969
74Constitution and Criminal Justice AdministrationDalbir BhartiAPH Publishing Corporation2002New Delhi
75Constitution and Jurisdictin of Courts of Civil Justice in British IndiaE J Trevelyan1923London
76Constitution and Jurisdictin of Courts of Civil Justice in British IndiaE J Trevelyan1923London
77Continental System of Criminal JusticeP M BakshiInstitute of Judicial Training and Research1992Lucknow
78Continental System of Criminal JusticeP M BakshiInstitute of Judicial Training and ResearchLucknow
79Contribution of English Equity to the Idea of an International Equity tribunalW FriedmannLondon
80Court of Justice of the European CommunitiesL Neville BrownSweet and Maxwell1994London004
81Court of Justice of the European CommunitiesTom KennedySweet and Maxwell1994London004
82Courting InjusticeRajesh Talwar1995Delhi
83CourtsM Shapiro1981Chicago
84CourtsT D Rubin1975California
85Courts and TrialsM L Friedland1975Toronto
86Courts in American PoliticsH R Glick1990New York
87Courts on Trial Myth and Reality in American JusticeJ Frank1973New Jersey
88Crime Criminal Justice and Human RightsH R BhardwajKonark Publishers2001Delhi
89Criminal Justice Administration in IndiaShiv Kumar DograDeep & Deep2009New Delhi
90Current Issues in Criminal Justice and Medical LawSripada Venkata Joga RaoEastern Law House1999Calcutta
91Decisions of the International Court of JusticeJ J W Syatauw1962Leyden
92Delay in the CourtH Zeissel1978Westport
93Despotism of LawRadhika SinghaOxford University Press1998Delhi
94Development as FreedomAmartya SenOxford University Press2000New Delhi
95Dictionary of CriminologyR C PuriMittal Publications1992New Delhi
96Dissertation on the Administration of Justice of Muslim Lawx Mohomed Ullah S Jung1926Allahabad
97Dissertation on the Administration of Justice of Muslim Lawx Mohomed Ullah S Jung1926Allahabad
98Doctors CommonsG D Squibb1977Oxford
99Economics of JusticeRichard A PosnerHarvard Univeristy Press1983Cambridge
100Encyclopedia of Activism and Social JusticeGary L AndersonSage Publications2007New Delhi
101English and American Judges as Law MakersL L Jaffee1969
102English and American Judges as Law MakersL L Jaffee1969
103English and American Judges as LawmakersL L Jaffee1969Oxford
104English Civil ProcedureNeil AndrewsOxford University Press2003Oxford
105English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1979Oxford005
106English Courts of LawD C M Yardley1979Oxford005
107English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1967London004
108English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1967London004
109English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1945London
110English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1945London
111English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1953London
112English Courts of LawHarold Greville Hanbury1953London
113English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1973London005
114English Legal SystemR J Walker1972London003
115English Legal SystemR J Walker1980London005
116English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1960London003
117English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1960London003
118English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1954London
119English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1954London
120English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1956002
121English Legal SystemA K R Kiralfy1956002
122English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1946002
123English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1946002
124English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1954003
125English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1954003
126English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1971005
127English Legal SystemC R V Radcliffe1971005
128English Legal SystemR J Walker1967London
129English Legal SystemR J Walker1967London
130English Legal SystemR J Walker1972London
131English Legal SystemR J Walker1972London
132English Legal System in a NutshellE J Griew1957London
133English Legal System in a NutshellE J Griew1957London
134Epoches in Hindu Legal HistoryU C Sarkar1958Hoshiarpur
135Epoches in Hindu Legal HistoryU C Sarkar1958Hoshiarpur
136Final AppealL Blomcopper1972Oxford
137Final AppealG Drewry1972Oxford
138Free Market and Social JusticeCass R SunsteinOxford University Press1997New York
139French Legal SystemR David1958New York
140French Legal SystemR David1958New York
141French Legal SystemH P De Vries1958New York
142French Legal SystemH P De Vries1958New York
143Frontiers of JusticeMartha C NussbaumOxford University Press2007New Delhi
144Gender JusticeMonica ChawlaDeep & Deep Publications2006New Delhi
145Growth of Legal System in Indian SocietyI D Shrirama1980New Delhi
146Hard Judicial ChoicesP J CooperOxford University Press1988New York
147Historical Introduction to English Law and Its InstitutionsH Potter1958London004
148Historical Introduction to English Law and Its InstitutionsH Potter1958London004
149Historical Introduction to English Law and its InstitutionsH Potter1943London002
150Historical Introduction to English Law and its InstitutionsH Potter1943London002
151Historiredes Institutions JudiciaresJ Raynal
152Historiredes Institutions JudiciaresJ Raynal
153History and Constitution of the Courts and Legislative Authorities in IndiaH Cowell1905005
154History and Constitution of the Courts and Legislative Authorities in IndiaH Cowell1905005
155History of English CourtsA T Carter1944007
156History of English CourtsA T Carter1944007
157History of English CourtsA T Carter1927005
158History of English Legal InstutionsA T Carter1902London
159History of English Legal InstutionsA T Carter1902London
160History of the development of the Judiciary in the Punjab 1846 – 1884R L Handa1927Lahore
161History of the development of the Judiciary in the Punjab 1846 – 1884R L Handa1927Lahore
162History of the Development of the Judiciary in the Punjab 1884 – 1926D K Kapur1928Lahore
163History of the Development of the Judiciary in the Punjab 1884 – 1926D K Kapur1928Lahore
164How Can People Get Speedy and Easy JusticeM L Mehta1985
165Human Rights Gender and EnvironmentTapan BiswalViva Books Private Limited2006New Delhi
166In Search of JusticeB Abel Smith1968
167In Search of JusticeB Abel Smith1968
168In Search of JusticeR Stevens1968
169In Search of JusticeR Stevens1968
170Independence of the JudiciaryR StevensClarendon Press1993Oxford
171Independent Judiciary and a Democratic StateMotilal C Setalvad1977Gauhati
172Indian Civil Judiciary in the Making 1800 – 1833C Sinha1969
173Indian Civil Judiciary in the Making 1800 – 1833C Sinha1969
174Indian Civil Justice System ReformA M Ahmadi
175Indian Civil Justice System ReformHiram E Chodosh
176Indian Civil Justice System ReformStephen A Mayo
177Indian Civil Justice System ReformAbishek M Singhvi
178Indian JusticeV R Krishna Iyer1984Indore
179International Court of JusticeG Elian1971
180International Court of JusticeS Rosenne1957Leyden
181International Court of JusticeS Rosenne1961002
182International Court of JusticeSarojini Sharan1971
183International Court of Justice and Self-Defence in International LawJames A GreenHart Publishing2009Portland
184International Courts and Contemporary ConflictsR P Anand1974Bombay
185International Peace CourtT Holton1970
186International Survey of Conciliation SystemsC L Pe
187International Survey of Conciliation SystemsA F Tadiar
188Introduction to Australian Legal ProcessP J Brenner1975Sydney
189Introduction to Australian Legal ProcessG D S Taylor1975Sydney
190Introduction to English Legal HistoryJ H Baker1979London002
191Introduction to English Legal HistoryJ H Baker1971London
192Introduction to English Legal HistoryJ H Baker1971London
193Introduction to Law and the Legal SystemH J Grilliot1975Boston002
194Introduction to the Administration of JusticeT F Adams1975Englewood
195Introduction to the Courts and Judicial ProcessM Lewis1978New Jersey
196Introduction to the Legal System of the United StatesE A FarnsworthOceana Publications1983London002
197Introduction to the Legal System of the United StatesE A Fransworth1963New York
198Introduction to the Legal System of the United StatesE A Fransworth1963New York
199Introduction to the Soviet Legal SystemE L Johnson1969London
200Judges and JusticesJ R Schmidhauser1979Boston
201Judges Legislators and ProfessorsR C VAN Caenegem
202Judges on TrialShimon Shetreet1976Amsterdam
203Judging Civil JusticeHazel GennCambridge university Press2010Cambridge
204Judging the JudgesBishwajit BhattacharyyaGyan Publishing House1999New Delhi
205Judging the JudgesK MaheshGyan Publishing House1999New Delhi
206Judging the StatePaular NewbergCambridge University Press1995Cambridge
207Judging the WorldP Chubb1988Sydney
208Judging the WorldG Sturgess1988Sydney
209Judicial Activism & Public Interest LitigationP N Bhagwati1985Dharwad
210Judicial AdministrationR R Wheeler1977New Jersey
211Judicial AdministrationH R Whitcomb1977New Jersey
212Judicial Administration in Ancient IndiaBirendra Nath1979Patna
213Judicial AppointmentsS M Kumaramangalam1973New Delhi
214Judicial AppointmentsS M Kumaramangalam1973New Delhi
215Judicial IndependenceP B Sawant1988Pune
216Judicial LegislationF V Cahill1952New York
217Judicial LegislationF V Cahill1952New York
218Judicial MethodsM Hidayatullah1970New Delhi
219Judicial MethodsM Hidayatullah1970New Delhi
220Judicial ProcessHenry J AbrahamOxford University Press1980New York004
221Judicial ProcessHenry J Abraham1986New York005
222Judicial ProcessHenry J Abraham1975New York003
223Judicial ProcessHenry J Abraham1978New York003
224Judicial ProcessR J Aldisert1976New York
225Judicial ProcessHenry J Abraham1962New York
226Judicial ProcessHenry J Abraham1962New York
227Judicial Process in Comparative PerspectiveM CappellettiOxford University Press1989Oxford
228Judicial Process in Comparative PerspectiveM Cappelletti1989Oxford
229Judicial Process in IndiaN K JayakumarAPH Publishing Corporation1997New Delhi
230Judicial ReformsR RaoPreethi Publication1991Bangalore
231Judicial System of IslamGhulam Murtaza AzadKitab Bhavan1994New Delhi
232Judicial System of the MarathasV T Gune1953Poona
233Judicial System of the MarathasV T Gune1953Poona
234JudiciaryG Lodha1984Jaipur
235Judiciary and Politics in PakistanD MahmoodIndra Mutalia-a-Tareekh1992Pakistan
236Judiciary in PerilN D Mazumdar1962Calcutta
237Judiciary in PerilN D Mazumdar1962Calcutta
238Judiciary on TrialB R Sharma1989New Delhi
239Jurisprudence of the World CourtJ H W Verzijl
240Justice according to LawRoscoe Pound1951New Haven
241Justice according to LawRoscoe Pound1951New Haven
242Justice an Historical and Philosophical EssayG D Vacchoi1952Edinburgh
243Justice an Historical and Philosophical EssayG D Vacchoi1952Edinburgh
244Justice and BeyondV R Krishna Iyer1980New Delhi
245Justice and JudiciaryS N Gupta1982Delhi
246Justice as FairnessJohn RawlsUniversal Law Publishing2004Delhi
247Justice Courts and DelaysArun MohanUniversal Law Publishing Co2009Delhi
248Justice for Common ManA K Sen1964Lucknow
249Justice for Common ManA K Sen1964Lucknow
250Justice for the poorAyesha Kadwani DiasOxford University Press2009New Delhi
251Justice for the poorGita H WelchOxford University Press2009New Delhi
252Justice in Englandx Barrister1938London
253Justice in Englandx Barrister1938London
254Justice in JeopardyA B Logan1973Springfield
255Justice in Pondicherry 1701-1968J Minattur1973Bombay
256Justice of PeaceJ P Eddy1963London
257Justice of PeaceJ P Eddy1963London
258Justice Versus JusticesA A DesaiTaxmann Allied Services1994New Delhi
259Justices & PresidentsHenry J AbrahamOxford Univ. Press1974New York
260La Justice En FranceR Charles1958Paris
261La Justice En FranceR Charles1958Paris
262Land Marks in Indian Legal HistoryV D Kulshreshtha1959Lucknow
263Land Marks in Indian Legal HistoryV D Kulshreshtha1959Lucknow
264Landmarks in Indian Legal and Constitutional HistoryV D Kulshreshtha1989Lucknow006
265Law and Judicial Systems of NationsC S Rhyne1978Washington003
266Law and JusticeO M Chen1973New York
267Law and OrderMariana ValverdeRoutledge-Cavendish/Glass House Book2006Oxon
268Law and Practice of the International CourtS Rosenne1965
269Law and Procedure of International tribunalsJ H Ralston1926California
270Law and Social JusticeB M ShuklaRawat Publications1998Jaipur
271Law and StateK Boyle1975London
272Law and the Administration of JusticeV Rich1975New York
273Law CourtsJ L Owens1976London
274Law Courts and PolicyM S G Klein1984New Jersey
275Law in ContextWilliam TwiningClarendon Press1997Oxford
276Law Judges and JusticeS M N Raina1977Indore
277Law Lawyers and JudgesH R BhardwajKonark Publishers1997Delhi
278Law MachineM BerlinsPenguin Books1989London003
279Law MachineC DyerPenguin Books1989London003
280Law of the Straits SettlementsR J Braddell1982Oxford
281Law Poverty and Legal AidS MurlidharLexisNexis Butterworths2004New Delhi
282Law Pragmatism and DemocracyRichard A PosnerUniversal Law Publishing Company2003Delhi
283Law Reforms in a Democratic SocietyL Scarman1985Delhi
284Law Reforms in IndiaD A DesaiAshok Publishing House1990Guwahati
285Lawyers and the CourtsB Abel Smith1967
286Lawyers and the CourtsB Abel Smith1967
287Lawyers and the CourtsR Stevens1967
288Lawyers and the CourtsR Stevens1967
289Lectures on Criminal Procedure including Probation and Juvenile JusticeR V KelkarE B co2006Lucknow004
290Lectures on Legal HistoryW J V Windeyer1957Australia002
291Lectures on Legal HistoryW J V Windeyer1957Australia002
292Legal Framework of English FeudalismS F C Milsom1976Cambridge
293Legal HistoryF G Kempin1963New Jersey
294Legal HistoryF G Kempin1963New Jersey
295Legal History of IndiaS Satyabrata Sinha1953Lucknow
296Legal History of IndiaS Satyabrata Sinha1953Lucknow
297Legal SystemB J Kolasa1978New Jersey
298Legal SystemB Meyer1978New Jersey
299Legal System of GuyanaM Shahabudden1973Guyana
300Legal System of IraqS H Amin1989Scotland
301Let’s Make a DealH M KritzerWisconsin Press1991Wisconsin
302Liberty Equality and Social JusticeR SushilaAjanta Publications1990Delhi
303Lok Adalat and the PoorM G ChitkaraAshish Publishing House1993New Delhi
304Lok Adalats in IndiaSunil DeshtaDeep and Deep Publications1995New Delhi
305Machinary of JusticeRupert M JacksonCambridge University Press1989Cambridge008
306Machinery of JusticeRupert M Jackson1989New York008
307Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1967Cambridge005
308Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1967Cambridge005
309Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1942Cambridge
310Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1942Cambridge
311Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1964
312Machinery of Justice in EnglandRupert M Jackson1964
313Matter of JusticeM Zander1988London
314Milestones Law Years of American LawJ K Liberman1976New York
315Minimum Standards of Judicial AdministrationA T Vanderbilt1949New York
316Minimum Standards of Judicial AdministrationA T Vanderbilt1949New York
317Ministry of Justice Administration of Justice in NorwayN Royal1957Oxlo
318Ministry of Justice Administration of Justice in NorwayN Royal1957Oxlo
319Minorities Civil Liberties and Criminal JusticeV R Krishna Iyer1980New Delhi
320Modern English Legal SystemS H Bailey1984London
321Modern English Legal SystemP F Smith1984London
322Neighbourbood JusticeM M Feeley1982New York
323Neighbourbood JusticeR Tomasic1982New York
324Nuclear Energy public policy and the lawE J Bloustein1964
325Organisation of Judicial Power in the United StatesC Mc Gowan1969
326Organisation of Judicial Power in the United StatesC Mc Gowan1969
327Our Judicial SystemG D Khosla1949Allahabad
328Our Judicial SystemG D Khosla1949Allahabad
329Our JudiciaryB R AggarwalNational Book Trust1993Delhi
330Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1990Bombay005
331Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1972003
332Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1972003
333Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1966002
334Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1966002
335Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1952Delhi
336Outlines of Indian Legal HistoryM P Jain1952Delhi
337Panorama of the World Legal SystemsJ H Wigmore1928St Paul
338Partisan JusticeM Frankel1980New York
339Permanent Court of International JusticeA P Fachiri1925Oxford
340Permanent Court of International JusticeA P Fachiri1932Oxford002
341Permanent Court of International JusticeM O Hudson1934New York
342Philippines Legal System published under Law Asia Legal Systems SeriesC Pascual1970
343Philippines Legal System published under Law Asia Legal Systems SeriesC Pascual1970
344Policy Arguments in Judicial DecisionsJ Bell1983Oxford
345Political Questions in the CourtsY S ZemachWayne State University Press1976Detroit
346Politicians Judges and the PeopleC H Sheldon1980London
347Politicians Judges and the PeopleF P Weaver1980London
348Politics of Federal Judicial AdministrationP G Fish1973New Jersey
349Politics of Judicial ReformP L Dubois1982Lexington
350Politics of JusticeKermit L Hall1979Lincoln
351Politics of the Bench and the BarK M Wells1969
352Politics of the Bench and the BarK M Wells1969
353Politics of the Bench and the BarP B Weston1969
354Politics of the Bench and the BarP B Weston1969
355Politics of the JudiciaryJ A G GriffithFontona Press1991London004
356Politics of the JudiciaryJ A G Griffith1985Great Britain003
357Politics of the JudiciaryJ A G Griffith1977Fontana Collins
358Pre trial Conference and Effective JusticeM Rozenberg1964New York
359Pre trial Conference and Effective JusticeM Rozenberg1964New York
360Precedent in the Indian Legal SystemA Lakshminath1990Delhi
361Presumed GuiltyM MansfieldHeinemann1993London
362Presumed GuiltyT WardleHeinemann1993London
363Price of Perfect JusticeM Fleming1974New York
364Principles and Procedures in the Administration of JusticeH W More1975New York
365Procedural JusticeJ Thibant1975New Jersey
366Procedural JusticeL Walker1975New Jersey
367Procedural Status of the Individual before International and Supranational tribunalsW P Gormby1966Hague
368Professional ResponsibilityR D RotundaWest Publications1992St. Paul, Minn003
369Psychology in the Legal ProcessB D Sales1977New York
370Queen CourtsP Archer1956London
371Queen CourtsP Archer1956London
372Queen CourtsP Archer1962London002
373Queen CourtsP Archer1962London002
374Quest of JusticeP J Reddy1969
375Quest of JusticeP J Reddy1969
376Readings in American Legal HistoryM D Home1949Cambridge
377Readings in American Legal HistoryM D Home1949Cambridge
378Reform the LawMichael Kirby1983Oxford
379Rights of AccusedAshutoshUniversal Law Publishing Co2009Delhi
380Role and Record of the International Court of JusticeNagendra Singh1989New Delhi
381Scottish Legal SystemD M Walker1963Edinburgh002
382Scottish Legal SystemD M Walker1963Edinburgh002
383Search for JusticeJoshua RosenbergHodder and Stoughton1994London
384Secularism Democracy JusticeNalini RajanSage Publications1998New Delhi
385Selection and Appointment of Supreme Court JudgesR Dhavan1977Bombay
386Selection and Appointment of Supreme Court JudgesA Jacob1977Bombay
387Settling Disputes in Soviet SocietyJ N Hazard1960New York
388Settling Disputes in Soviet SocietyJ N Hazard1960New York
389Short History of the Judicial System of India and some Foreign CountriesH P Dubey1968
390Short History of the Judicial System of India and some Foreign CountriesH P Dubey1968
391Short Outline of English Legal HistoryH Potter1945London004
392Short Outline of English Legal HistoryH Potter1945London004
393Short Outline of English Legal HistoryH Potter1958005
394Short Outline of English Legal HistoryH Potter1958005
395Social Psychology in CourtR Hastie1977New York
396Social Psychology in CourtM J Sak1977New York
397Social Psychology of Procedural JusticeE A LindPlenum Press1988New York
398Social Psychology of Procedural JusticeT R TylerPlenum Press1988New York
399Soviet CourtV Terebilov1973Moscow
400Specialized JusticeS H Legomsky1990Oxford
401State Trial Courts as BureaucraciesJ A Gazett1975New York
402Structure of LibertyRandy E BarnettClarendon Press1998Oxford
403Suing JudgesA A OlowofoyekuClarendon Press1993Oxford
404Super Session of JudgesKuldip Nayar1973New Delhi
405Terrorism and Criminal JusticeR D Crelinsten1978Toronto
406Time factor in the Jurisdiction of the International Court of JusticeS Rosenne1960Leyden
407Venturing to do JusticeR E Keeton1969
408Venturing to do JusticeR E Keeton1969
409Victims of Crime : Their Rights and Human RightsChandra Sen Pratap SinghDeep & Deep Publications2010New Delhi
410Way to JusticeH L Hart1941London
411Way to JusticeH L Hart1941London
412Ways of a JudgeF M CoffinHoughton Mifflin Company1980Boston
413Where the JusticeT GiffordPenguin Books1986England
414William LaddGeorge Schwarzenberger1936London
415World CourtS Rosenne1973Leiden003
416World CourtS Rosenne1962New York
417World Court and the Contemporary International Law making ProcessE Mcwhinney1979Netherlands
418Writ Jurisdiction under the ConstitutionB L Hansaria1984Bombay