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Dodici Qualit Per Sopravvivere In Tribunale E Non Nemmeno Certo

Author: Giacomo Ebner
Publisher: G Giappichelli Editore
ISBN: 8892108352
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“Nella parola legalità è contenuta la parola lealtà.Lealtà vuol dire osservare la legge anche se nessuno ti guarda e nessuno ti punisce”Può un giudice essere travolto dai peperoni e rimanere illeso? Avvocati e magistrati possono avere gratitudine e rispetto gli uni per gli altri? Quali scuse inventa un cliente col proprio difensore per non pagarlo? Esistono i testimoni sfortunati? Che qualità devi avere insomma per cavartela in un Tribunale?A queste ed altre domande prova a rispondere "Dodici qualità per sopravvivere in tribunale (e non è nemmeno certo)", un piccolo manuale di sopravvivenza per tutti, che è al tempo stesso un codice deontologico semiserio per avvocati e magistrati e una dichiarazione d’amore per i due mestieri.Vuoi ascoltare l'intervista a Giacomo Ebner a IUSLAW Web Radio del 12 maggio 2017? Clicca qui!Giacomo Ebner nato a Roma di 5,50 kg dopo 10 mesi di gravidanza non ha mai recuperato né il peso in eccesso né il mese di ritardo.Voleva diventare medico, ha preferito fare l’ammalato.Da dodici anni convive con il Parkinson, e con fierezza sostiene di essere un magistrato che trema senza paura.E’ stato avvocato, poi giudice del dibattimento e delle indagini preliminari.Ideatore della Notte bianca della legalità che ha aperto il Tribunale di Roma a circa 5000 ragazzi.Il suo motto è: “siamo tutti appesi ad un filo, ed io sono anche sovrappeso”.

I Hadn T Understood

Author: Diego De Silva
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1609458982
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Malinconico is a Neapolitan lawyer without a single case. He goes through the motions every day, leaving for the office punctually, shuffling papers when he gets to the studio he shares with a group of un-gainfully employed professionals like him. His personal life is a shambles: his wife has left him, his two teenage children are rife with adolescent angst and busy screwing their lives up royally. And his professional life, as noted, is nonexistent. But one day a miracle occurs. Indeed, two! The first is that he is assigned a case. And not any old case! He has been named the defense attorney for a member of the Neapolitan underground, Mimmo the Burzone. The second miracle bears the name Alessandra Persiana-the most beautiful woman to ever grace the Neapolitan courthouses -who, it appears, has fallen in love with Malinconico. However, the real miracle for readers in this rollicking novel is the hilarious and eccentric voice of Vincenzio Malinconico. The novel orbits around the bizarre and irresistible mind of Malinconico, a mind that pauses to contemplate every aspect of the life he sees before him, the life he has lived, his memories and his future; a voice that seduces, entertains, and moves the reader from the first page to the last.

The Trial

Author: Franz Kafka
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781466322745
Size: 80.20 MB
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When people use the adjective 'Kafkaesque', it is The Trial they have in mind - the nightmarish world of Joseph K., where the rules are hidden from even the highest officials, and any help there may be comes from unexpected sources.

The Day Of Judgment

Author: Salvatore Satta
Publisher: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1784975710
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At precisely nine o'clock, as he did every evening, Don Sebastiano Sanna Carboni pushed back his armchair, carefully folded the newspaper which he had read to the very last line, tidied up the little things on his desk, and prepared to go down to the ground floor... Around the turn of the twentieth century, in the isolated Sardinian town of Nuoro, the aristocratic notary Don Sebastiano Sanna reflects on his life, his family's history and the fortunes of this provincial backwater where he has lived out his days.

Mary Lavelle

Author: Kate O'Brien
Publisher: Virago
ISBN: 0349008833
Size: 50.64 MB
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Mary Lavelle, a beautiful young Irish woman, travels to Spain to see some of the world before marrying her steadfast fiance John. But despite the enchanting surroundings and her three charming charges, life as governess to the wealthy Areavaga family is lonely and she is homesick. Then comes the arrival of the family's handsome, passionate - and married - son Juanito and Mary's loyalties and beliefs are challenged. Falling in love with Juanito and with Spain, Mary finds herself at the heart of a family and a nation divided.


Author: Umberto Saba
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1681370824
Size: 52.27 MB
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In English, translated from the Italian.

Contract Children

Author: Daniela Danna
Publisher: ibidem-Verlag / ibidem Press
ISBN: 383826780X
Size: 54.14 MB
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Surrogate motherhood is expanding all over the world. Debates rage over how public policy should consider the signing away of the parental rights of birth mothers in favor of a 'commissioning' couple or an individual. In this book, Daniela Danna describes the situation in English-speaking countries and worldwide, from California to Greece, presenting the legal alternatives regulating (or not) these peculiar exchanges. Should surrogacy remain a private agreement? Should it be treated as an enforceable contract? Are surrogate mothers workers? What happens inside the countries that have chosen different ways of handling this new and controversial matter? And, the most important question of all: How can we live in this era of new techno-medical possibilities and try to stay human? Can we resist commodification in the field of human relations concerning procreation? Contract Children discusses the different ways available to obtain a child through surrogate motherhood. It is fundamental reading for anyone wanting to be involved in the surrogacy process. It gives prospective surrogate mothers and infertile couples the background information necessary for their own informed decision. It is also an essential instrument for policy makers and activists in the field of women's rights, social justice, and children's rights. The question of how to publicly deal with surrogate motherhood touches upon our social vision of motherhood, ultimately marking the position of women in contemporary society.