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Comments On "Secrecy And The Supreme Court", Joel B. Grossman Apr 1973

Comments On "Secrecy And The Supreme Court", Joel B. Grossman

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Comment On Secrecy And The Supreme Court, J. Woodford Howard Jr. Apr 1973

Comment On Secrecy And The Supreme Court, J. Woodford Howard Jr.

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Comments On "Secrecy And The Supreme Court", Roland Young Apr 1973

Comments On "Secrecy And The Supreme Court", Roland Young

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judicial Secrecy And Institutional Legitimacy: Max Weber Revisited, John R. Schmidhauser, Larry L. Berg, Justin J. Green Apr 1973

Judicial Secrecy And Institutional Legitimacy: Max Weber Revisited, John R. Schmidhauser, Larry L. Berg, Justin J. Green

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Irreverent Questions About Piercing The Red Velour Curtain, Eugene Gressman Apr 1973

Irreverent Questions About Piercing The Red Velour Curtain, Eugene Gressman

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Comment On The Miller-Sastri Article, Walter Probert Apr 1973

A Comment On The Miller-Sastri Article, Walter Probert

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


One Touch Of Adonis: On Ripping The Lid Off Pandora's Box, Glendon Schubert Apr 1973

One Touch Of Adonis: On Ripping The Lid Off Pandora's Box, Glendon Schubert

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Secrecy And The Supreme Court: On The Need For Piercing The Red Velour Curtain, Arthur Selwyn Miller, D. S. Sastri Apr 1973

Secrecy And The Supreme Court: On The Need For Piercing The Red Velour Curtain, Arthur Selwyn Miller, D. S. Sastri

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judicial Recusation In The Fedearl Republic Of Germany, Sigmund A. Cohn Mar 1973

Judicial Recusation In The Fedearl Republic Of Germany, Sigmund A. Cohn

Scholarly Works

The much debated problem of the qualification of judges has two aspects: First, the general qualification of an individual to be a judge and, second, his qualification to be a judge in a specific case. The second aspect, the qualification to be a judge in a specific case, has recently become the object of special attention. The problem has been stated with cogence and breadth by Mr. Justice Frankfurter. The breath of this state lies in the demand that the administration of justice should not only be disinterested in fact but should also reasonably appear to be so. The objective ...


Judicial Intervention In Trials Jan 1973

Judicial Intervention In Trials

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


0083: Cabell County [West Virginia] Court Records, 1809-1866, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1973

0083: Cabell County [West Virginia] Court Records, 1809-1866, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

Cabell County court records: index; index to the circuit superior court, circuit superior court of law, and chancery and circuit court of Cabell County; and minute book no. 4 of the county court.

Photocopy of original located in NSDAR library, Washington, D.C. " WV, daughters of the American revolution...reproduction of genealogical record committee... prepared by Doris M Bias..."--1986.


Justice Joseph Story, The Charles River Bridge Case And The Crisis Of Republicanism, R. Kent Newmyer Jan 1973

Justice Joseph Story, The Charles River Bridge Case And The Crisis Of Republicanism, R. Kent Newmyer

Faculty Articles and Papers

No abstract provided.


Arizona's Inferior Courts, Harold H. Bruff Jan 1973

Arizona's Inferior Courts, Harold H. Bruff

Articles

For many citizens Arizona's inferior courts provide their primary, perhaps only, contact with the state's justice system. This Article--based in large part upon a thorough empirical and personal study of these lower courts--discusses the role that the courts play, the procedures that they observe, the qualifications of the personnel they employ, and the sufficiency of the justice they render. These findings are then evaluated, and recommendations for change are made.


Jim Payne - The Man, Julian E. Savage Jan 1973

Jim Payne - The Man, Julian E. Savage

University of Richmond Law Review

Others will remember him as a teacher; as a colleague; as a scholar. I remember the man-a very human man-an exceptionally sensitive man. Some, who had contact with him only during the last year or two of his life, should know that illness and fatigue were then his' daily companions, forcing concessions of his time and brilliance, and making it impossible for him to give as fully of himself to his students as he had done for so many years past.