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Michigan Law Review

1988

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Hot Air In The Redwoods, A Sequel To The Wind In The Willows, William Twining May 1988

Hot Air In The Redwoods, A Sequel To The Wind In The Willows, William Twining

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Hot Air in the Redwoods by Kenneth Graham, Jr.


Prejudice, Politics, And Proof, Peter Tillers Feb 1988

Prejudice, Politics, And Proof, Peter Tillers

Michigan Law Review

In the last fifteen years there has been a great resurgence of interest in fundamental theoretical analysis of the nature of factual proof in litigation. Many serious scholars, both in the law school world and outside it, have turned their energies in this direction. William L. Twining, Quain Professor of Jurisprudence at University College London, has been a major figure in this growing movement. He recently published a painstaking and scholarly study of Bentham's and Wigmore's theories of evidence, inference, and proof in adjudication. This book is part of Twining's broader, long-term effort to develop a general ...