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Appeal And Error-Final Disposition Of Equitable Action On Appeal Dec 1932

Appeal And Error-Final Disposition Of Equitable Action On Appeal

Indiana Law Journal

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Convicting The Innocent, By Edwin M. Borchard, Bernard C. Gavit Nov 1932

Convicting The Innocent, By Edwin M. Borchard, Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Should Record In A Court Of Last Resort Consist Only Of The Opinion In The Intermediate Appellate Court?, Joseph M. Cormack Oct 1932

Should Record In A Court Of Last Resort Consist Only Of The Opinion In The Intermediate Appellate Court?, Joseph M. Cormack

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


Cardozo And The Supreme Court, Samuel Jackson Jun 1932

Cardozo And The Supreme Court, Samuel Jackson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bankruptcy-Secured Debts-Jurisdiction Of State Courts May 1932

Bankruptcy-Secured Debts-Jurisdiction Of State Courts

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bailments-Nature Of Relationship-Duty Of Bailee Apr 1932

Bailments-Nature Of Relationship-Duty Of Bailee

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Procedural Reform In Indiana, Bernard C. Gavit Mar 1932

Procedural Reform In Indiana, Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Unnecessary Delays In Appellate Procedure, L. L. Bomberger Mar 1932

Unnecessary Delays In Appellate Procedure, L. L. Bomberger

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Progress Of The Law In The U. S. Supreme Court, 1930-31, By Gregory Hankin And Charlotte A. Hankin, Hugh E. Willis Feb 1932

Progress Of The Law In The U. S. Supreme Court, 1930-31, By Gregory Hankin And Charlotte A. Hankin, Hugh E. Willis

Indiana Law Journal

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Judicial Relief For Peril And Insecurity, Edwin Borchard Jan 1932

Judicial Relief For Peril And Insecurity, Edwin Borchard

Faculty Scholarship Series

In the United States, we are not accustomed to consider the theory of procedure as of profound importance. Possibly the extraordinary technicality of American procedure by reason of which substantive issues are so often relegated to practical oblivion by procedural tactics is in part responsible. At all events, the unsystematic and empirical method of embarking upon and concluding litigation seems to have developed a frame of mind somewhat indifferent to the theoretical function of the judicial process. For example, down to very recent days Justices of the United States Supreme Court gave expression to the view, now happily repudiated, that ...