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Confirmation Of Nelson A. Rockefeller As Vice President Of The United States, Committee On The Judiciary. House Of Representatives. United States. Dec 1974

Confirmation Of Nelson A. Rockefeller As Vice President Of The United States, Committee On The Judiciary. House Of Representatives. United States.

Watergate Era

Report issued by House Committee on the Judiciary following its hearings on the nomination of Nelson Rockefeller to be the 41st Vice President of the United States. President Gerald Ford had nominated Rockefeller pursuant to Section 2 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment following Ford’s succession to the presidency upon President Richard Nixon’s resignation.


Nomination Of Nelson A. Rockefeller Of New York To Be Vice President Of The United States, Committee On Rules And Administration. Senate. United States. Dec 1974

Nomination Of Nelson A. Rockefeller Of New York To Be Vice President Of The United States, Committee On Rules And Administration. Senate. United States.

Watergate Era

Report issued by Senate Committee on Rules and Administration following its hearings on the nomination of Nelson Rockefeller to be the 41st Vice President of the United States. President Gerald Ford had nominated Rockefeller pursuant to Section 2 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment following Ford’s succession to the presidency upon President Richard Nixon’s resignation.


Federal And State Services And The Maine Indian : A Report, United States Commission On Civil Rights. Maine Advisory Committee Dec 1974

Federal And State Services And The Maine Indian : A Report, United States Commission On Civil Rights. Maine Advisory Committee

Maine Collection

Federal and State Services and the Maine Indian : A Report.


"A report of the Maine Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights prepared for the information and consideration of the Commission. This report will be considered by the Commission, and the Commission will make public its reaction. In the meantime, the findings and recommendations of this report should not be attributed to the Commission, but only to the Maine Advisory Committee. December 1974."


The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School Nov 1974

The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School

The Advocate

'75 Term Starts Aug. 25; Summer School Proposed; Law Review Firing Prompts Hearing Before Dismissal; U.S.D.A. Clinical Program: Hidden Costs Cut One Job


Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 5, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Nov 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 5, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

Corrections Symposium by D. Stack

Immigration Clinic

Brown Room Dedicated

Another Opening, Another Show by Bill Holzman

From the Editor: My Three Years

Letters to the Editor

Election Fraud Uncovered by J. Bernard Mouse

“Why Are You Here?”

Attorney Client

Moot Courting by Thomas Key

Wink for Evidence: Edward Imwinkelried by Michael Popkins

Burn At Your Own Pace by Dick Stack

Duin Good by Andrea Ponticiello

Sandoval at San Diego by Dennis Livingston

Financy Pantsy lncopulated

Non – Negotiable You by Fred Rodell

Alumni News editor: Jim Goodwin

Alumni Picnic

Alumni Involvement Sought

Who’s doing what … and ...


The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School Oct 1974

The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School

The Advocate

Law Review Fires Loux; Due Process at Issue; Dean, Yorio End Legal Aid Clinic; Students See Job Loss; U. Grants $5,000 for U.S.D.A. Clinic


The Review Of The Law Alumni Association, Fall 1974, University Of Kentucky College Of Law Oct 1974

The Review Of The Law Alumni Association, Fall 1974, University Of Kentucky College Of Law

Annual Magazines

No abstract provided.


Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 4, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Oct 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 4, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

They're Off and Running

ELS vs. GSA

Learn by Doing

From the Editor: Poverty Is a Virus by J.B. Mouse

Dicta Centerfold by Vernon Tweedie & Nancy Clinch

Letters to the Editor

Law Placement Blues

If I Tell 'em the Truth by Ed Danelski

Paris a Pleasure by Mary Boehm, J.K. Meenan and Mark Schultenover

Tom Bowden: A Change of Pace

Winnebago Justice by Tom Dietsch

USD Grad Returns

First Year Orientation Picnic

Can You Spot The Food Stamp Recipient?


1974 Vol.2 No.1, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law Oct 1974

1974 Vol.2 No.1, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law

Law Notes

No abstract provided.


The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School Sep 1974

The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School

The Advocate

Law School Admits 23 Minorities, 97 Women; Seven Nevv Faculty Join Staff: Judge, 2 D.A. 's, Oxford Grad; Univ. Store Stops Selling Law Books


Newsletter Vol.2 No.4 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Sep 1974

Newsletter Vol.2 No.4 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 3, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Sep 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 3, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

Issue Dedicated to Warren and Webb

From The Dean’s Desk

Jim Webb, 1942-1974 by Ann Higginbotham

From the Editor

Letters to the Editor

"There but for fortune” by Ed Danelski

Lawyers To The Moon by Tom Dietsch and Stanley Ogelthorpe

Woolsack Staff Expands by Dick Stack

After the Bullfights…

SBA. President's Report by Bill Franz

The Pros vs. The Amateurs by Jerry Berger

Alumni News

J. Bernard Mouse

New Course At USD by Tom Dietsch - inspired by Vicki Rotterman

USD at UN Conference

Cal Western Building Condemned by Bob Eisenberg

De Minimis by Diane Ward


Remarks Of The President Upon His Announcing Nelson Rockefeller As Vice President-Designate, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Gerald Ford Aug 1974

Remarks Of The President Upon His Announcing Nelson Rockefeller As Vice President-Designate, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Gerald Ford

Watergate Era

Press release announcing the nomination of Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY) as vice president.


Remarks Of The President Upon Introduction Of Governor Nelson Rockeller As Vice President-Designate And Press Conference Of Governor Nelson Rockefeller Vice President-Designate, Nelson A. Rockefeller, United States Office Of The White House Press Secretary Aug 1974

Remarks Of The President Upon Introduction Of Governor Nelson Rockeller As Vice President-Designate And Press Conference Of Governor Nelson Rockefeller Vice President-Designate, Nelson A. Rockefeller, United States Office Of The White House Press Secretary

Watergate Era

Press conference of New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller after President Gerald Ford announced that he was nominating Rockefeller to be the 41st Vice President of the United States. President Ford nominated Rockefeller pursuant to Section 2 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment following Ford’s succession to the presidency upon President Richard Nixon’s resignation.


Press Conference Of Robert Hartmann, Counsellor To The President, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Robert Hartmann Aug 1974

Press Conference Of Robert Hartmann, Counsellor To The President, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Robert Hartmann

Watergate Era

Transcript of press conference with Robert Hartmann, Counselor to the President. Hartmann discussed President Gerald Ford's appointment of Nelson Rockefeller as Vice President.


Remarks By Nelson Rockefeller Vice President-Designate, Nelson D. Rockefeller, United States Office Of The White House Press Secretary Aug 1974

Remarks By Nelson Rockefeller Vice President-Designate, Nelson D. Rockefeller, United States Office Of The White House Press Secretary

Watergate Era

Remarks of New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller in the Oval Office after President Gerald Ford announced that he was nominating Rockefeller to be the 41st Vice President of the United States. President Gerald Ford nominated Rockefeller pursuant to Section 2 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment following Ford’s succession to the presidency upon President Richard Nixon’s resignation.


Resignation Letter Of President Richard M. Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, United States. President (1969-1974: Nixon) Aug 1974

Resignation Letter Of President Richard M. Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, United States. President (1969-1974: Nixon)

Executive Branch Materials

President Richard Nixon's resignation letter dated August 9, 1974 triggered the second use of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment. Letter witnessed by Henry Kissinger.


Remarks By Gerald R. Ford Being Sworn In As The 38th President Of The United States, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Gerald Ford Aug 1974

Remarks By Gerald R. Ford Being Sworn In As The 38th President Of The United States, United States. Office Of The White House Press Secretary, Gerald Ford

Watergate Era

Press release of President Gerald R. Ford's remarks after being sworn into office.


1974 Vol.1 No.3, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law Jul 1974

1974 Vol.1 No.3, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law

Law Notes

No abstract provided.


The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School May 1974

The Advocate, The Advocate, Fordham Law School

The Advocate

Birnbaum Wins Keefe Award; Favors Moot Court Board; The Return of the Death Penalty


Newsletter Vol.2 No.3 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions May 1974

Newsletter Vol.2 No.3 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 2, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association May 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 2, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

D.A. Dumps Judge by Rex Gay

USD Takes State Moot Court

USD Faculty Expands by Craig A. Fox

Bar Presidents Speak Out by Dan Bamberg

From the Editor: Psychosurgery: Now Less Than Ever by Dick Stack

Rex Racks USD by Rex Gray

The SLA and Twisted Minds by Dan Bamberg

DeFunis: Three Views: Who Should Be Admitted to Law School by Pat Zaharopoulos [and] Leadership lacking by Prof Frank Engfelt [and] The DeFunis Decision: A Response to Prof. Engfeh by Associate Professor Michael J. Navin

Stephenson Appointed Governor by Hick Annis

Coming In To Los Angeles ...


Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 1, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Apr 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 12 Number 1, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

USD Sweeps Moot Court

LSD in San Diego by Rick Annis

New Clinic Program Outlined

SBA Officers Installed

From the Editor

Christmas-Chanukah Party Frolics by Don Hildre

Letters to the Editor

Outgoing SBA President’s Report

De Minimis by Diane Ward


1973 Vol.1 No.2, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law Apr 1974

1973 Vol.1 No.2, Cleveland-Marshall College Of Law

Law Notes

No abstract provided.


Newsletter Vol.2 No.2 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Mar 1974

Newsletter Vol.2 No.2 1974, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Woolsack 1974 Volume 11 Number 5, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Feb 1974

Woolsack 1974 Volume 11 Number 5, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)

Table of Contents:

Athletic Policy Challenged

Students Decry Program by Tom Dietsh

Clinic Semester at USD by M. J. Streit

From the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Some Noteworthy Cases by Leonard Foot

PAD Rushes

SBA Election Candidates

SBA Presidential Candidates

Moot Court Winners

Changes in Legal Writing Class

Torm In A Wheelchair

Ethics Courses Required

De Minimus by Diane Ward

Tip for Spring Exams by Dick Stack


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalog Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1974-1975, University Of Richmond Jan 1974

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalog Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1974-1975, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Information:

The Law School was established as a department of Richmond College in 1870. In 1890 the family of the late T. C. Williams, who had been a devoted and valued Trustee, donated $25,000 as the nucleus of an endowment for the Law School. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from members of the family of Mr. Williams. A substantial gift came through a bequest from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr. who, like his ...


01. Statement Of Information: Table Of Contents, Don Edwards, United States Congress, House Committee On The Judiciary Jan 1974

01. Statement Of Information: Table Of Contents, Don Edwards, United States Congress, House Committee On The Judiciary

Watergate Hearings

Book I: Events prior to the Watergate break-in, December 2, 1971 - June 17, 1972.

Book II: Events following the Watergate break-in, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (allegations involving Presidential interference with the official Department of Justice investigation).

Book III: Events following the Watergate break-in, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (allegations concerning payments of "hush" money to Watergate defendants to insure their silence, offers of leniency and executive clemency, and the making or causing to be, of false statements to persons connected with an official investigation of Watergate; chronology of events between February 9 and March 22, 1973).

Biook ...


05. Book Ii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards Jan 1974

05. Book Ii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


07. Book Iii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

07. Book Iii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.