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Pre-Legal Education, John B. Waite Jan 1919

Pre-Legal Education, John B. Waite

Articles

It was once thought that a lawyer's vocation was chiefly to serve his clients, so that he might bring fame and fortune to himself. The profession of law was considered only a means of livelihood, merely more difficult than clerking and more remunerative, sometimes, than carpentry. To require study for the law was thought an unfair preclusion of embryo breadwinners from an adventure with that particular occupation. Fortunately, the public mind has changed; the practice of law is no longer only a means of livelihood, but has become an important agency in promoting civilization. Some one has likened law ...


1919 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1919

1919 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • Photographs of the Class of 1919
  • A composite photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)
  • A composite photograph of Gamma Eta Gamma (Legal Fraternity)


Prof. E. G. Hogat--A Tribute Aug 1918

Prof. E. G. Hogat--A Tribute

Enoch George Hogate (1906-1918; 1918-1924 Dean Emeritus)

No abstract provided.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1918, University Of Kentucky Jun 1918

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1918, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


Training For A Profession--Law, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1918

Training For A Profession--Law, Ralph W. Aigler

Articles

So long as human conduct and relations must accord with pre-established and determinable rules, the study of law, and the practice thereof, will be of absorbing interest. When we consider futher that our government is one of law, and the the positisions of highest responsibility therein are such that training in law is peculiarly desirable, it is not at all surprising that many young men have taken to the legal profession.


Admission To The Bar, Edwin C. Goddard Jan 1918

Admission To The Bar, Edwin C. Goddard

Articles

This article is written in the belief that the hour is here when some changes in admissions to the bar should be urged and urged again, when some things often thought and discussed in certain assemblies should be openly and frankly talked over with the profession at large.


1918 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1918

1918 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A drawing of Maxwell Hall
  • A photograph of Dean Enoch George Hogate
  • Photographs of the Class of 1918
  • A composite photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)
  • A composite photograph of Gamma Eta Gamma (Legal Fraternity)
  • A collage of Law Students and Law Faculty


1917 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program Jun 1917

1917 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program

Recognition Ceremony

No abstract provided.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1917, University Of Kentucky Jun 1917

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1917, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


Enoch Hogate Stricken Mar 1917

Enoch Hogate Stricken

Enoch George Hogate (1906-1918; 1918-1924 Dean Emeritus)

No abstract provided.


The Bar Examination - Its Proper Time And Length, Edwin C. Goddard Jan 1917

The Bar Examination - Its Proper Time And Length, Edwin C. Goddard

Other Publications

IN our day and countery the bar examiner is the St. Peter of the legal heaven. He to whom the legal St. Peter openeth not must go below and live without the legal brotherhood. It was not always so. Not so long ago the admission gate (or bar) was kept by any member of the bench. This meant it was not kept at all, for no one was denied admission, and there is still at least one of the states of our Union where every voter of the state of good moral character has the constitutional right to admission as ...


1917 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1917

1917 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A drawing of Maxwell Hall
  • Photographs of the Law Faculty
  • A photograph of Law Faculty and Law Students in front of Maxwell Hall
  • Photographs of the Class of 1917
  • A composite photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)
  • A composite photograph of Gamma Eta Gamma (Legal Fraternity)
  • A photograph of the Moot Courtroom


1916 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program Jun 1916

1916 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program

Recognition Ceremony

No abstract provided.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1916, University Of Kentucky Jun 1916

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1916, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


Class History: Law Class Of 1916, University Of Michigan Jan 1916

Class History: Law Class Of 1916, University Of Michigan

Class Year Publications

Summary of the experience of the 1916 Law Class.


The Growing Demand For A Broad General Education, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1916

The Growing Demand For A Broad General Education, Charles M. Hepburn

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


What Is The Outlook For The Lawyer?, Henry M. Bates Jan 1916

What Is The Outlook For The Lawyer?, Henry M. Bates

Articles

This is a question which is being asked with frequency and painful anxiety all over the country by young men expecting to go to the bar and by many who have only recently been admitted. To the veterna practitioner at the bar it may seem presumptuous that devoting his entire time and energy to law school work should undertake any sort of answer to the question thus propounded. Nevertheless, I venture to say the opportunities for studying and estimating the conditions and factors which must be taken into account in reaching and answer are in some respects quite good for ...


1916 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1916

1916 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A brief history of the Law School and photographs of the Law Faculty
  • Photographs of the Class of 2016
  • A composite photograph of Gama Eta Gamma (Legal Fraternity)
  • A list of the members of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)
  • "The Law's Lament"


1915 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program Jun 1915

1915 Indiana University School Of Law Commencement Exercises Program

Recognition Ceremony

No abstract provided.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1915, University Of Kentucky Jun 1915

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1915, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


Law Faculty In 1915 (Photograph) Jan 1915

Law Faculty In 1915 (Photograph)

Charles Hepburn (1918-1925)

Photograph of William S. Beeler, Jesse M. LaFollette, Enoch Hogate, Charles Hepburn and John Lewis Baker outside of the Law School.


Law Faculty In 1915 (Photograph) Jan 1915

Law Faculty In 1915 (Photograph)

Enoch George Hogate (1906-1918; 1918-1924 Dean Emeritus)

Photograph of William S. Beeler, Jesse M. LaFollette, Enoch Hogate, Charles Hepburn and John Lewis Baker outside of the Law School.


Report Of The Meeting Of The Section Of Legal Education Of The American Bar Association, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1915

Report Of The Meeting Of The Section Of Legal Education Of The American Bar Association, Charles M. Hepburn

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


1915 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1915

1915 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A photograph of Maxwell Hall
  • Photographs of the Law School Faculty
  • A photograph of Law Students and Law Faculty standing in front of Maxwell Hall
  • Photographs of the Class of 1915
  • A photograph of the Law School Faculty
  • A composite photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)


A Four Year Course In Law, Henry M. Bates Jan 1915

A Four Year Course In Law, Henry M. Bates

Articles

In the February, 1914, number of The Alumnus, devoted in part to the Michigan Law School, some account was given of the large number of new courses which had been added recently to the curriculum. The courses commented upon in that discussion, besides one advanced course in procedure, deal mainly with what may be called extra-legal or at least extra-professional subjects, such as the History of English Law, the Philosophy of Law and advanced courses in Roman Law and Jurisprudence. Prior to this period of expansion in the law curriculum many other additions had been made to the list of ...


Should Applicants For Admission To The Bar Be Required To Take A Law School Course?, Henry M. Bates Jan 1915

Should Applicants For Admission To The Bar Be Required To Take A Law School Course?, Henry M. Bates

Articles

If the requirements for admission to the bar had been advanced in any thing like equal degree with the progress made in law schools, there would be unqualified reasons for rejoicing in the prospect. Unfortunately, however, this is far from the case, though some notable advances even in this respect have been made. It is remarkable and unfortunate that in America and in Great Britain, whose system of law is undoubtedly the most difficult of all systems in the world to master, we require no institutional or school training of the men who are to fill the important functions of ...


Cases On The Law Of Bankruptcy: Including The Law Of Fraudulent Conveyances, Evans Holbrook, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1915

Cases On The Law Of Bankruptcy: Including The Law Of Fraudulent Conveyances, Evans Holbrook, Ralph W. Aigler

Books

This collection of cases is the result of several years' work in the class-room by both of the editors. It is obvious that there are difficulties in the teaching of a subject based entirely on a statute, especially in the years immediately following the adoption of the statute, when its provisions have not yet been passed on by the courts; now, however, a considerable body of authoritative judicial interpretation of the Bankruptcy Act of 1898 has grown up, and it is hoped that the cases contained in this volume will serve to show the effective structure that has been constructed ...


University Of Michigan Legal Directory, Arthur E. Lybolt Jul 1914

University Of Michigan Legal Directory, Arthur E. Lybolt

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

A directory of University of Michigan Law School graduates through the Law Class of 1913.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1914, University Of Kentucky Jun 1914

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1914, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


Directory Of The Law Class Of 1914 Jan 1914

Directory Of The Law Class Of 1914

Class Year Publications

1930 edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1914.