Municipal Corporations Law Treatises
Antieau on Local Government Law
Sandra M. Stevenson
Available in print and on Lexis/Nexis (file ANLOGV). The print version is a six-volume encyclopedic work in looseleaf format. First published in 1955, it offers a comprehensive analysis of local government law and is supplemented three times a year. Lexis carries an up-to-date full-text version where users can browse or search the table of contents, or conduct a full-text search
Library's print subscription last updated in 2010.
Handbook of Local Government Law
Osborne M. Reynolds, Jr.
This title is part of the West Hornbook Series, and is intended as an introductory text for law students. Therefore, treatment of the subject is broad but not as in-depth as that of the multi-volume treatises. Includes an index and a table of cases. Supplemented with pocket parts.
Local Government Law
John C. Martinez, Dallas Sands and Michael E. Libonati
Local Government Law in a Nutshell
David J. McCarthy, Jr. & Laurie Reynolds
This study aid offers a general introduction to the sources and types of power exercised by municipalities, and challenges to that power. In addition, the authors have included substantial sections on police power, regulation of private land use, acquisition and use of property by municipalities, and revenue sources.Ã‚ There is no supplementation in between editions.
McQuillin's Law of Municipal Corporations
This is a 20-volume jurisdiction-based treatise, published since 1904. Covering all aspects of municipal corporations law, McQuillinâ€™s is considered the definitive work in the area. The library no longer updates the print version, however, the current full-text version (with the most recent updates) is available on Westlaw in three different databases. Users can access this title alone (MUNICORP) or search this publication along with other treatises on municipal law (MUNI and ZONPL-TEXTS). The Westlaw databases are updated quarterly.
Library's print subscription not updated.