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Relation Of Pre-Legal Studies And Intelligence Tests To Success In Law School, Joseph M. Cormack Nov 1940

Relation Of Pre-Legal Studies And Intelligence Tests To Success In Law School, Joseph M. Cormack

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


What The Bar Examiners Should Know About The Law Schools, Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1940

What The Bar Examiners Should Know About The Law Schools, Bernard C. Gavit

Bernard Campbell Gavit (1933-1951)

Address delivered at the meeting of the National Conference of Bar Examiners in Philadelphia, September 10, 1940.


Legal Institutes For Every Local Lawyer, Burt J. Thompson Oct 1939

Legal Institutes For Every Local Lawyer, Burt J. Thompson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Legal Education And Bar Examination, Bernard C. Gavit Jun 1937

Legal Education And Bar Examination, Bernard C. Gavit

Bernard Campbell Gavit (1933-1951)

No abstract provided.


A Challenge In Legal Education, Thomas P. Hardman Jun 1937

A Challenge In Legal Education, Thomas P. Hardman

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Superiority Of Lawyers, Bernard C. Gavit Oct 1935

The Superiority Of Lawyers, Bernard C. Gavit

Bernard Campbell Gavit (1933-1951)

No abstract provided.


University Of Michigan Law School Grading Regulations, University Of Michigan Law School Jun 1934

University Of Michigan Law School Grading Regulations, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Outline of University of Michigan Law School grading regulations


The Privilege Of Reexamination In Professional Licensure, Bernard C. Gavit Apr 1934

The Privilege Of Reexamination In Professional Licensure, Bernard C. Gavit

Bernard Campbell Gavit (1933-1951)

No abstract provided.


The Legal Education Wilderness, Will Shafroth Mar 1934

The Legal Education Wilderness, Will Shafroth

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Tentative Committee Reports, Walter R. Arnold, George O. Dix, Isaac Carter, Samuel E. Garrison, Frank H. Hatfield, Benjamin F. Long, Glen D. Peters Jun 1932

Tentative Committee Reports, Walter R. Arnold, George O. Dix, Isaac Carter, Samuel E. Garrison, Frank H. Hatfield, Benjamin F. Long, Glen D. Peters

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Summaries Of Tentative Committee Reports, George O. Dix, Walter R. Arnold, Glenn D. Peters, Alfred Evens, Benjamin F. Long, James J. Robinson Jan 1932

Summaries Of Tentative Committee Reports, George O. Dix, Walter R. Arnold, Glenn D. Peters, Alfred Evens, Benjamin F. Long, James J. Robinson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Newly Organized National Conference Of Bar Examiners, Will Shaforth Nov 1931

The Newly Organized National Conference Of Bar Examiners, Will Shaforth

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Legal Education And Admission To The Bar, Bernard C. Gavit Nov 1930

Legal Education And Admission To The Bar, Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Foundation Of The First Law School In America: Taught By Chancellor George Wythe, Signer Of The Declaration Of Independence And Member Of The Federal Constitutional Convention And Preceptor Of Marshall, Jefferson, Monroe And Clay, Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler, John Garland Pollard Jan 1929

One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Foundation Of The First Law School In America: Taught By Chancellor George Wythe, Signer Of The Declaration Of Independence And Member Of The Federal Constitutional Convention And Preceptor Of Marshall, Jefferson, Monroe And Clay, Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler, John Garland Pollard

1923–1932: John Garland Pollard

No abstract provided.


Report Of Committee On Education, Paul V. Mcnutt Jan 1928

Report Of Committee On Education, Paul V. Mcnutt

Paul McNutt (1925-1933)

No abstract provided.


The Triumvirate Of The Profession Of The Law, Paul V. Mcnutt Jan 1926

The Triumvirate Of The Profession Of The Law, Paul V. Mcnutt

Paul McNutt (1925-1933)

Presented at Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Bar Association, held at Michigan City, Ind., July 8th, 9th and 10th, 1921.


Practice Court Work, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1925

Practice Court Work, Charles M. Hepburn

Charles Hepburn (1918-1925)

No abstract provided.


The Inns Of Court And Certain Conditions In American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1921

The Inns Of Court And Certain Conditions In American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn

Charles Hepburn (1918-1925)

Address delivered, October 11, 1921, before the Bar Association of Howard County, Indiana.


A New Development In Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1911

A New Development In Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn

Charles Hepburn (1918-1925)

The inauguration of the American Institute of Law promises a very important advance into new fields of legal education. The movement was started some months ago by the American Law Book Company. Encouraged by the success of its Cyclopedia of Law and Procedure, which is largely the work of law school teachers, the American Law Book Company has taken the initiative in moving for the establishment of a high grade institution for legal education In its widest relations, to be organized by, and conducted under, the control of law school men and active practitioners interested in the cause of legal ...


Legal Education: Its Relation To The People And The State, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1895

Legal Education: Its Relation To The People And The State, Harry B. Hutchins

Articles

All callings are to a greater or less extent interdependent. One should not be fostered at the expense of another, yet any improvement along a given line is more than local and immediate in its influence. It reaches more than those who are directly concerned. The building up and perfecting of a single industry may add to the wealth and importance of its promoters, but to argue that they are the only beneficiaries, would be to leave out of the case all of the indirect results that naturally and inevitably flow from a very successful undertaking. The fostering of.an ...


William And Mary College Oct 1852

William And Mary College

1852–1855: George Parker Scarburgh

available below


Judge Tucker's Address, N. Beverley Tucker Aug 1847

Judge Tucker's Address, N. Beverley Tucker

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


My Schoolmaster; Or, Blackstone Made Easy, Lucian Minor Jul 1843

My Schoolmaster; Or, Blackstone Made Easy, Lucian Minor

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Professor Beverley Tucker's Valedictory Address To His Class, N. Beverley Tucker Jun 1835

Professor Beverley Tucker's Valedictory Address To His Class, N. Beverley Tucker

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Law Lecture At William And Mary, N. Beverley Tucker Nov 1834

Law Lecture At William And Mary, N. Beverley Tucker

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Resolution By William And Mary Students In Regard To The Death Of William Nelson, Professor Of Law Mar 1813

Resolution By William And Mary Students In Regard To The Death Of William Nelson, Professor Of Law

1804–1813: William Nelson

At a meeting of the Students of Wm. and Mary College on the 8th Inst. the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted.

We the Students of William & Mary College deeply impressed with a sense of our loss in the death of the late Hon. Judge Nelson, professor of Law in this college, and filled with sentiments of the highest veneration for the unparalleled virtues that adorned his private life, and with the utmost admiration of those talents and patriotic exertions which on pre-eminently distinguished him in his political services are anxious to pay to his memory the only tribute ...


Plan For Conferring Degrees On The Students Of Law In The University Of William And Mary (Ca. 1792), St. George Tucker Dec 1791

Plan For Conferring Degrees On The Students Of Law In The University Of William And Mary (Ca. 1792), St. George Tucker

1790–1804: St. George Tucker

No abstract provided.


At A Convocation Of The Visitors Of The College Of William And Mary, On The 4th Day Of December 1779, A Statute Was Passed, Of Which The Following Is An Extract, College Of William & Mary Dec 1779

At A Convocation Of The Visitors Of The College Of William And Mary, On The 4th Day Of December 1779, A Statute Was Passed, Of Which The Following Is An Extract, College Of William & Mary

1779–1789: George Wythe

At a convocation of the visitors of the college of William and Mary, on the 4th day of December 1779, a statute was passed, of which the following is an extract.

The friends of the college being no longer competent to support so extensive an institution, as that which the charter recommends; and when science at large cannot be cultivated, that scheme of education being most proper, which is more immediately subordinate to the leading objects of society:

The scanty stipend lately paid by each scholar for commons, having occasioned a considerable expense,––

It being just, that students inducted ...