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Henry H Perritt, Jr.

Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Perritt lives in Chicago.

Biography: Henry H. Perritt, Jr., is a professor of law at Chicago-Kent College of Law. He served as Chicago-Kent's dean from 1997 to 2002 and was the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the Tenth District of Illinois in 2002. Throughout his academic career, Professor Perritt has made it possible for groups of law and engineering students to work together to build a rule of law, promote the free press, assist in economic development, and provide refugee aid through 'Project Bosnia,' 'Operation Kosovo' and 'Destination Democracy.'


Henry H Perritt Jr. on WorldCat :

Selected Titles

2007 employment law update
ISBN: 073556616X OCLC: 494882358

Wolters Kluwer Law and Business, Austin ; 2007.

Americans with Disabilities Act handbook /
ISBN: 073553148X OCLC: 51174178

Aspen Publishers, New York, NY : ©2003.

Civil rights in the workplace
ISBN: 0471106321 OCLC: 31207127

Civil rights in the workplace /
ISBN: 073551559X OCLC: 45534670

Aspen Publishers, New York : ©2001.

Digital communications law /
ISBN: 0735593213 OCLC: 657385529

  How to practice law with computers /
ISBN: 0872241114 OCLC: 39781460

Practising Law Institute, New York City : ©1998.

Internet basics for lawyers
ISBN: 0872240975 OCLC: 35047226

Practising Law Institute, New York City : ©1996.

Kosovo Liberation Army :
ISBN: 0252033426 OCLC: 811409039

University of Illinois Press, Urbana : ©2008.

Provides a historical background of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and its activities up to the NATO intervention at the end of the 20th century.

Law and the information superhighway :
ISBN: 0471126241 OCLC: 33166331

J. Wiley & Sons, New York : ©1996.

The road to independence for Kosovo :
ISBN: 0521116244 OCLC: 318585639

Cambridge University Press, New York : 2010.

"This book tells the story of Kosovo's independence, ranging from the periodic bloodshed of the twentieth century to the diplomacy that led to a determination of Kosovo's final status as a state in 2008. Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia in February 2008 over the objections of Serbia and Russia. This culminated more than one hundred years of sometimes violent resistance to what the majority Albanian population considered to be "occupation" by foreign forces - first those of the Ottoman Empire, then those of Serbia, and finally by the United Nations.

  The road to independence for Kosovo :
ISBN: 9781107402874 OCLC: 695695458

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ; 2010.

Trade secrets :
ISBN: 0872240738 OCLC: 31057798

Practising Law Institute, New York City : ©1994.

Trade secrets :
ISBN: 1402406428 OCLC: 61764230

Practising Law Institute, New York, NY : c2005-