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Articles 1861 - 1883 of 1883

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Constitutional Law—Power Of Federal Courts To Give Declaratory Judgments Jan 1933

Constitutional Law—Power Of Federal Courts To Give Declaratory Judgments

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review. The American Doctrine Of Judicial Supremacy, 2nd Ed. By C. G. Haines, Frank Edward Horack Jr. Jan 1933

Book Review. The American Doctrine Of Judicial Supremacy, 2nd Ed. By C. G. Haines, Frank Edward Horack Jr.

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Competencia, Mario Díaz Cruz Jan 1932

Competencia, Mario Díaz Cruz

Index of Cuban Law and Jurisprudence / Indice a la Legislación y Jurisprudencia Cubana

Competencia. Arts. 51 al 115 de la Ley E.C. [Ley de Enjuiciamiento Civil]


Courts-Appellate Jurisdiction Of Circuit Courts Of Appeals-Final Decree Or Judgment Feb 1931

Courts-Appellate Jurisdiction Of Circuit Courts Of Appeals-Final Decree Or Judgment

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Courts-Extra Territorial Importance Of Officers-Revenue Laws Jun 1930

Courts-Extra Territorial Importance Of Officers-Revenue Laws

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Origin Of Equity Jurisdiction And Jurisprudence, Edward Murphy May 1930

Origin Of Equity Jurisdiction And Jurisprudence, Edward Murphy

Student Theses

Introductory Statement

It is not our purpose in this thesis to attempt a complete and detailed history of equity as it exists in England and in the United states. To do this would involve little more than a compilation of what has already been quite elaborately treated by some of the great legal minds of England and America.

We propose to treat rather of the nature of Equity as it existed in the Roman Law,its influence in the English law, the primitive condition of the law at the time of the origin of Equity, and of the causes which ...


Federal Courts—Rules Of Decision In Actions At Law Jan 1929

Federal Courts—Rules Of Decision In Actions At Law

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Governor's Approval Of Legislation In Connecticut, Walter F. Dodd Jan 1929

The Governor's Approval Of Legislation In Connecticut, Walter F. Dodd

Faculty Scholarship Series

THE Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut in the case of State v.
McCook, decided July 25, 1929, determined an important question as
to the time within which the governor may approve legislation in that
state. Article IV, § 12, of the constitution of Connecticut, framed in
1818, is, with verbal changes, and with differences of the period for
executive consideration and in legislative majorities, substantially the
same as the provision of the constitution of the United States with respect
to executive approval or disapproval of legislation.


Constitutional Problems Involved In The Mccook Case, Walter F. Dodd Jan 1929

Constitutional Problems Involved In The Mccook Case, Walter F. Dodd

Faculty Scholarship Series

The Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut in the case of
State v. McCook, decided July 25, 1929, determined an important
question as to the time within which the governor may approve
legislation in this State. Article IV, sec. 12 of the constitution
of Connecticut, framed in 1818, is, with verbal changes, and
with differences of the period for executive consideration and
in legislative majorities, substantially the same as the provision
of the constitution of the United States with respect to executive
approval or disapproval of legislation.


Are Justice Of The Peace Courts Impartial Tribunals?, Hugh Evander Willis May 1928

Are Justice Of The Peace Courts Impartial Tribunals?, Hugh Evander Willis

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Duty Problem In Negligence Cases, Leon Green Jan 1928

The Duty Problem In Negligence Cases, Leon Green

Faculty Scholarship Series

The undertaking to restate the rules and principles developed by the
English and American courts finds'in the field of torts a most hopeless
task. A loose classification permits an infinite variety of types of conduct
to be classed as torts. The rules, for most part, which govern these
cases are still liquid. Only the types of conduct which are also designated
crimes can be said to be subject to crystallized rules of tort law. Even
here the definiteness and certainty ordinarily assumed are illusory. If
this bulk of law has not yet been crystallized by the judicial process.
in ...


Notes On Judicial Organization And Procedure, Walter F. Dodd Jan 1928

Notes On Judicial Organization And Procedure, Walter F. Dodd

Faculty Scholarship Series

The Judicial Council Movement. Woodrow Wilson wrote that no
government is better than its courts, to which ex-President Taft replied
that our judicial failure has been more outstanding than our failure in
municipal government. The task of making our courts as efficient as
possible is thus both an important and an urgent one.
Many factors have contributed to the present charges of inefficiency,
but none perhaps of greater weight than that of delay. This has been
particularly true of the larger cities, with their principal trial courts
as much as two years behind in their work. The jury system, both ...


The Constitution And The Courts, Conrad Wolf Jun 1927

The Constitution And The Courts, Conrad Wolf

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Enforcement Of A Money Judgment Against A State, F. Warner Fischer Jan 1927

Enforcement Of A Money Judgment Against A State, F. Warner Fischer

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Courts—Contract Rights Acquired Under Existing State Of Law Not Disturbed By Change Of Construction In Subsequent Decision Jan 1927

Courts—Contract Rights Acquired Under Existing State Of Law Not Disturbed By Change Of Construction In Subsequent Decision

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Judicial Council Act, Fowler V. Harper Jan 1927

The Judicial Council Act, Fowler V. Harper

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Courts—Demurrer To Evidence—Decision Of Court Of Appeals Held Not In Conflict With Prior Rulings Of Supreme Court Jan 1924

Courts—Demurrer To Evidence—Decision Of Court Of Appeals Held Not In Conflict With Prior Rulings Of Supreme Court

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Are Courts Relaxing?, Douglas W. Robert Jan 1923

Are Courts Relaxing?, Douglas W. Robert

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Courts Of Domestic Relations, John W. Calhoun Jan 1922

The Courts Of Domestic Relations, John W. Calhoun

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Administrative Determinations, Elmer Hugo Grimm Jan 1919

Administrative Determinations, Elmer Hugo Grimm

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Surrogates' Court And The New Law, Robert Ludlow Fowler Jan 1916

The Surrogates' Court And The New Law, Robert Ludlow Fowler

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Courts And State Decisions: Part I Jan 1916

Federal Courts And State Decisions: Part I

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Commissions And Courts, J. S. Lionberger Jan 1916

Commissions And Courts, J. S. Lionberger

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.