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AIDS and the law, 4th ed.


AIDS and the law, 4th ed.

Ed. by David W. Webber.

Wolters Kluwer



Loose-leaf Pages in a Ring Binder


New to the fourth edition of this resource are sections on public benefits, immigration, public health law, prisons and jails, and international human rights. As in earlier editions, an introduction describes the medical and scientific aspects of HIV/AIDS, and there are chapters on employment, access to public services and accommodations, schools and education, housing, criminal law, negligence and intentional torts, private insurance, and family law. A table of cases and code of federal regulations are included. The volume is bound in a three-ring binder.

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