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Bulletin Of The University Of Notre Dame The Law School 1969-70, Volume 66, Number 3, University Of Notre Dame Sep 1969

Bulletin Of The University Of Notre Dame The Law School 1969-70, Volume 66, Number 3, University Of Notre Dame

Bulletins of Information

The Notre Dame Law School, established in 1869, is the oldest Catholic law school in the United States. In keeping with its character as a national law school, the program of instruction is designed to equip a student to practice law in any jurisdiction; and the School numbers among its graduates members of the bar in every state of the Union. It is approved by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

PURPOSE

Drawing inspiration, as it does, from the Christian tradition, The Law School, while aiming first of all at technical ...


124th University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame Jun 1969

124th University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame

Commencement Programs

124th University of Notre Dame Commencement and Mass Program


The Manion Era 1941–1952, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Manion Era 1941–1952, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1941–1952: Clarence E. Manion

The Manion Era 1941–1952 describes the law school's changing enrollment, curriculum, library, method of instruction, and requirements for admission during and after World War II. The Manion Era gave birth to the Natural Law Institute and the Notre Dame Law Association.


The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1918–1923: Francis J. Vurpillat

The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923 describes six criticisms leveled at the law school by Vurpillat, his subsequent efforts to make changes as its dean, and ultimately his dismissal from the University.


The Hoynes Era 1883–1919, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Hoynes Era 1883–1919, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1883–1919: William J. Hoynes

The Hoynes Era 1883–1919 chronicles the activities of William Hoynes from before his arrival in 1883 to well past his retirement from the faculty of law as dean emeritus in 1919.


The Future, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Future, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1968–1971: William B. Lawless Jr.

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The O'Meara Era 1952–1968, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The O'Meara Era 1952–1968, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1952–1968: Joseph O'Meara

The O'Meara Era 1952–1968 aimed to educate knowledgeable and proficient lawyers possessing a profound sense of ethics. In 1953 the law school adopted a proscribed three-year course of education involving Practice Court during the third year. Also detailed in the chapter are fluctuations in enrollment, the rising cost of tuition and the lack of financial aid and scholarships.


The Konop Era 1923–1941, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Konop Era 1923–1941, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1923–1941: Thomas F. Konop

The Konop Era 1923–1941 relates information about the advancement and growth of the Notre Dame Law School including: 1) acceptance into the Association of American Law Schools; 2) the founding of the Notre Dame Lawyer (now the Notre Dame Law Review; and 3) improved curriculum and admission requirements.


A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Rev. Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Rev. Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

About the Law School

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. The Early Years
  2. The Hoynes Era
  3. The Vurpillat Era
  4. The Konop Era
  5. The Manion Era
  6. The O'Meara Era
  7. The Future

Appendices

  1. Faculty Chronological List
  2. Faculty Alphabetical List
  3. Sources
  4. Index


Notre Dame Law School--The Future, William Burns Lawless Jan 1969

Notre Dame Law School--The Future, William Burns Lawless

Journal Articles

Dean William Lawless of the University of Notre Dame Law School summarizes the future for the Law School in this article. Dean Lawless states that it will be Christian in tone, it will stress moral values, it will be highly competitive, it will supply the profession with highly skilled lawyers, legislators, legal scholars, public defenders, and judges; in a word, it will train men and women who really care about the shape and structure of this country. The famous Notre Dame will-to-win will stir in the minds of its magnificent alumni practicing at the bar.


Jury Consideration Of Parole, Fernand N. Dutile Jan 1969

Jury Consideration Of Parole, Fernand N. Dutile

Journal Articles

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Comments On Powell V. Mccormick, Charles Rice Jan 1969

Comments On Powell V. Mccormick, Charles Rice

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Training The Trial Lawyer, William Burns Lawless Jan 1969

Training The Trial Lawyer, William Burns Lawless

Journal Articles

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The "Estate Planning" Counselor And Values Destroyed By Death, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1969

The "Estate Planning" Counselor And Values Destroyed By Death, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

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The Last Days Of Erastianism: Forms In The American Church-State Nexus, Robert E. Rodes Jan 1969

The Last Days Of Erastianism: Forms In The American Church-State Nexus, Robert E. Rodes

Journal Articles

In the long history of Christendom, an Erastian view of the relation between Church and State has existed in tension with a High Church view. This paper explores the current state of our current shopworn Erastian-like church-state nexus and considers what forces may bring a more relevant and effective institutional High Church witness into being. The fact that the United States has an Erastian-like church-state relation is borne out in a line of cases involving the judicial resolution of intra-church disputes and the effect to be given the mandates of ecclesiastical authority. It is also borne out in legislative and ...


Will Interviews, Young Family Clients And The Psychology Of Testation, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1969

Will Interviews, Young Family Clients And The Psychology Of Testation, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

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