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K Law (Go to start of category)
  (See also J for some constitutional works)
KD Law in the United Kingdom and Ireland (Go to start of category)
KD3310 .H34 [Info] A Discourse Touching Provision for the Poor, by Matthew Hale (text at McMaster)
KD3310 .T6 [Info] A Dissertation on the Poor Laws, by Joseph Townsend (HTML at McMaster)
KD3944 .A4 1914 [Info] Magna Carta: A Commentary on the Great Charter of King John (second edition, revised and in part rewritten; Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, 1914), by William Sharp McKechnie
KD3946 .M343 2018 [Info] Magna Carta: History, Context and Influence (London: Institute of Historical Research, 2018), ed. by Lawrence Goldman (PDF with commentary at Humanities Digital Library)
KD3989 .R45 2007 [Info] Reinventing Britain: Constitutional Change under New Labour (c2007), ed. by Andrew McDonald (PDF with commentary at
KD3989.3 .K56 2001 [Info] Does the United Kingdom Still Have a Constitution? (Hamlyn Lectures, #52; London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2001), by Anthony King (PDF in the UK)
KD3989.3 .W33 [Info] Constitutional Fundamentals (Hamlyn Lectures, #32; London: Stevens and Sons, 1980), by William Wade (PDF in the UK)
KD4080 .A55 1997 [Info] United Kingdom: An Agenda for Human Rights Protection (1997), by Amnesty International (HTML and PDF at
KD4080 .M33 1957 [Info] Protection from Power Under English Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #9; London: Stevens and Sons, 1957), by John Clarke MacDermott (PDF in the UK)
KD4080 .Z9 A95 [Info] Liberty, Law and Justice (Hamlyn Lectures, #30; London: Stevens and Sons, 1978), by J. N. D. Anderson (PDF in the UK)
KD4102 .M86 M33 2009 [Info] Sharia Law or "One Law for All"? (c2009), by Denis MacEoin, ed. by David G. Green, contrib. by Neil Addison (PDF at Civitas)
KD4142 .H367 2003 [Info] Tomorrow is Another Country: What is Wrong With the UK's Asylum Policy? (c2003), by Myles F. Harris, contrib. by David Conway (PDF at Civitas)
KD4460 .S65 1950 [Info] Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Plantations (New York: Columbia University Press, 1950), by Joseph H. Smith, contrib. by Julius Goebel (page images with commentary at Harvard)
KD4890 .S7 1968 [Info] Justice in the Welfare State (Hamlyn Lectures, #20; London: Stevens and Sons, 1968), by Harry Street (PDF in the UK)
KD4890 .S7 1975 [Info] Justice in the Welfare State (Hamlyn Lectures, #20, second edition; London: Stevens and Sons, 1975), by Harry Street (PDF in the UK)
KD4900 .W47 [Info] Maladministration and its Remedies (Hamlyn Lectures, #25; London: Stevens and Sons, 1973), by K. C. Wheare (PDF in the UK)
KD4902 .Z9 P35 1991 [Info] The United Kingdom and Human Rights (Hamlyn Lectures, #42; London: Stevens and Sons/Sweet and Maxwell, 1991), by Claire Palley (PDF in the UK)
KD4902 .Z9 W66 1990 [Info] Protection of the Public: A New Challenge (Hamlyn Lectures, #41; London: Stevens and Sons, 1990), by Harry Woolf (PDF in the UK)
KD5359.3 .M66 1981 [Info] Intolerable Inquisition? Reflections on the Law of Tax (Hamlyn Lectures, #33; London: Stevens and Sons, 1981), by Hubert Holmes Monroe (PDF in the UK)
KD6128 .A13 G73 [Info] The King's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions for the Government of His Majesty's Naval Service, 1906 (London: HMSO, 1906), by Great Britain Admiralty (page images at HathiTrust)
KD6320 .H2 [Info] Naval Courts Martial (Cambridge, UK: At the University Press, 1914), by David Hannay
KD6320 .H53 1851 [Info] A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Naval Courts-Martial (ca. 1851), by William Hickman
KD6850 .F67 1865 [Info] Tabulae Curiales: or, Tables of the Superior Courts of Westminster Hall (London: John Murray, 1865), by Edward Foss (multiple formats at Google)
KD6870 .L49 1755 [Info] Advice to Posterity, Concerning a Point of the Last Importance (credited to "a Friend to Liberty and Property"; London: Printed for J. Freeman, 1755), by John Lewis
KD7100 .D46 1949 [Info] Freedom Under the Law (Hamlyn Lectures, #1; London: Stevens and Sons, 1949), by Sir Alfred Denning (PDF in the UK)

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