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Stick with Black's or the Paperback/Hardback Versions (Kindle Version Review)
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2013
I bought this dictionary (1) because Black's Law is not available on Kindle, and (2) because the reviews said that Barron's is superior to Black's. It's not. In fact, my worn Sixth Edition of Black's Law Dictionary (published in 1991) has terms that simply do not even appear in Barron's but should [Try to find in Barron's, for example, "exclusive jurisdiction." You won't. And that's only one of many terms you won't find in Barron's but will find in Black's]. I could maybe even forgive the fact that some simple terms were missing if the Kindle version was even remotely user friendly. Searching for a term in the Kindle version is PAINFUL. It is actually harder than searching through an actual book. The search feature only works if you put in the *exact* phrase. Let's say, for example, you want a defintiion for "eject." You will be told there are "no results." However, if you search for "ejectment," you will be taken to that defintion. How is that remotely helpful? The table of contents does not have links for each alphabet letter, so there is no way to easily or quickly jump from one section to the next [other than trying to guess a page number where your term *may* occur]. It is probably the most user-unfriendly eBook I own--and that's saying a LOT. if you're thinking of getting this book just to have an e-version, I would suggest you skip this and instead use Google. That's what I end up using instead.