The Mississippi Law Institute produces high-quality, timely, relevant publications for law students and legal practitioners.
In the latter half of the 20th century, MLI was guided by young lawyers in the Jackson, Mississippi, area, many of whom went onto become highly respected attorneys and judges.
Today, as a part of MC Law, MLI maintains the high standards established by these outstanding men and women. MLI produces publications that serve not only to inform practitioners but also to enhance the legal profession in Mississippi. MLI welcomes manuscripts or ideas for publications from potential contributors.
2018 MISSISSIPPI RULES ANNOTATED VOLUME 1 - RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
Mississippi Rules Annotated Volume 1 - Rules of Civil Procedure is the most comprehensive compilation of case annotations for the civil procedure rules available on the market. The 2018 edition has been updated to include rules and case annotations through December 2017. In this edition, the annotations are arranged topically, making it easier to pinpoint cases that discuss a particular portion of a rule.
We now have a hard copy edition as well as an ebook. The hard copy is available for $140.75, which includes shipping, handling, and taxes. The ebook is free with the purchase of the paperback copy. Alternatively, readers may purchase the ebook for $107 (with taxes).
MISSISSIPPI LIMITATIONS OF ACTIONS 2016-2017 - $ 80.00 + TAX AND SHIPPING
Thomas B. Walter
The 2016-2017 Edition of Mississippi Limitations of Actions reflects the most recent changes to Mississippi limitations law and is a valuable resource for attorneys who face possible time bars to actions. The book includes quick guides to the various time bars, in addition to discussions of the various cases and code sections affecting time limits.
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A GOODLY HERITAGE: A MEMOIR OF MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE SCHOOL OF LAW - PRICE: $55
Judge Mary Libby Payne
A Goodly Heritage is the story of Mississippi College School of Law as told by its founding dean. The book chronicles the purchase of Jackson School of Law and continues through the labyrinth of acquiring American Bar Association accreditation and national prominence.
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