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For more than a century, Black`s Law Dictionary® has been the gold standard of the language of law. Today, it is the most cited law book in the world. By Editor-in-Chief Bryan A. Garner, the 10th edition is the most comprehensive legal dictionary ever published. It contains more than 50,000 terms, including more than 16,000 new definitions. The Deluxe Edition of Black with a high-quality leatherette cover and thumb cuts for quick reference includes over 55,000 terms, early usage data, a pronunciation guide, Latin maxims with index, a bibliography of 1,000+ sources, and 6,000+ citations. Black`s Law Dictionary, Pocket Edition is considered one of the most valuable reference works for the legal community, providing over 21,000 clear, concise and concise definitions for over 15,000 terms. It is the essential companion of the complete 11. Edition of Black`s, which contains all the commonly used terms from this edition. As a standalone tool, this paperback edition includes a dictionary guide and the full Constitution of the United States. Black`s is cited by judges and lawyers more than any other legal dictionary, is recommended by law schools, and is available in this pocket format and a variety of other useful editions. For more than a century, Black`s Law Dictionary has been the gold standard of the language of law. Today, it is the most cited law book in the world.

By Editor-in-Chief Bryan A. Garner, the world`s leading legal lexicographer, the 11th edition is the most comprehensive and authoritative legal dictionary ever published. Over 900 Latin maxims have been added, retranslated and carefully indexed for this edition, making Black`s Law Dictionary the most comprehensive and reliable source for these essential and often elusive articles. Bryan A. Garner (born November 17, 1958) is an American jurist, grammarian, and lexicographer. He also writes about case law (and sometimes golf). He is the author of more than 25 books, the most famous of which are Garner`s Modern English Usage (4th edition 2016) and Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts (2012 – co-authored with Justice Antonin Scalia), as well as four complete editions of Black`s Law Dictionary. He is a Distinguished Research Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University. He also occasionally teaches at the University of Texas School of Law, Texas A&M School of Law, and Texas Tech Law School.

Black`s Law Dictionary is the most widely used legal dictionary in the United States. Henry Campbell Black (1860-1927) was the author of the first two editions of the dictionary. The U.S. Supreme Court has cited the dictionary as a secondary court in many Supreme Court cases. [1] However, there remains an abridged dictionary with pronunciation guides and light reference material. What you have here is pretty simple – a digital version of the already indispensable Black`s Law Dictionary. Features with ease – searching is a breeze and often includes links to related or alternative terms. The pronunciation guide is extremely useful. Overall, you have an almost five-star app that lacks a few features – unfortunately, most of them are pretty serious omissions for a professional, especially since this app is priced at $55.

• The app has absolutely no way to adjust the brightness in the app.