Principles and Practices of Construction Lawwas written for students and managers in the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction management. This comprehensive text covers all aspects of law that affect a construction project from beginning to end. In addition, there are background chapters on logic and the law, applying and using the law, and introduction to the legal system. Geared toward non-lawyers, this text is intended to help construction managers avoid legal entanglements on the job. Some of the key features include: Discussion of important issues, trends, and current events in the construction industry. Emphasis in several chapters on the development of legal thinking and writing skills. End-of-chapter problems help students and managers develop necessary skills in critical analysis and problem solving.White, Nancy J. is the author of 'Principles and Practices of Construction Law', published 2001 under ISBN 9780130325761 and ISBN 0130325767.