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University Of Michigan: A Directory Of The Law Class Of 1903 Jan 1903

University Of Michigan: A Directory Of The Law Class Of 1903

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1903.


A Directory Of The Law Class Of Nineteen Hundred Three Jan 1903

A Directory Of The Law Class Of Nineteen Hundred Three

Class Year Publications

Second edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1903.


Law Class Of 1903 Jan 1903

Law Class Of 1903

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1903.


1903 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1903

1903 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

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

Included are:

  • A photograph of Indiana University President, William Lowe Bryan and Dean of the Law School, George Louis Reinhard.
  • Photographs of the Law Faculty and Class of 1903
  • A photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Law Fraternity)


Conveyancing In The Law Department, James H. Brewster Jan 1903

Conveyancing In The Law Department, James H. Brewster

Articles

There was a time when the young man "studied law" in the private office of some successful practicing lawyer. Much time was spent by the student in copying legal papers the real meaning of which was seldom understood and seldom explained. Fundamental legal principles were but little considered. Only under the most exceptional circumstances was this method educational. There was little, if any, systematic and orderly study of law as a science. That young men, after serving such an apprenticeship, ever became good lawyers was rather in spite of this manner of training them than because of it. As the ...


The Law Library, Victor H. Lane Jan 1903

The Law Library, Victor H. Lane

Articles

It has been thought that a brief sketch of the library of the law department which should furnish information as to its present condition and of the more important of the incidents of its history would be of sufficient general interest to warrant its publication in the ALUMNUS, and I have been requested to prepare such an article.


The Practice Court, Edson R. Sunderland Jan 1903

The Practice Court, Edson R. Sunderland

Articles

The law department of the University of Michigan has always proceeded upon the theory that the chief function of a law school is to fit men for the practice of the law. An aim to make professional instruction as thoroughly practical as possible is by no means a narrow one, nor is it out of accord with the liberalizing tendencies of university culture. The age is insisting with more and more emphasis that nothing is valuable which is not useful, a doctrine which does not put culture upon a money basis but does insist that all knowledge is but a ...


Judge Reinhard Elected Dean Of The Law School Sep 1902

Judge Reinhard Elected Dean Of The Law School

George Reinhard (1902-1906)

No abstract provided.


Cases On Guaranty And Suretyship, Robert E. Bunker Jan 1902

Cases On Guaranty And Suretyship, Robert E. Bunker

Books

The cases appearing in this volume have been selected for use in connection with the lecture on Suretyship given in the Law Department of the University of Michigan. Barring omission of irrelevant matter in some instances and of the briefs and arguments of counsel in all instances, the cases appear in this volume as they appear in the reports themselves. Uniformity in spelling and punctuation has not been attempted or thought desirable. In regard to these matters, the report have been followed, except in cases of manifest error.

The purpose has been to put into the hand of the student ...


Directory Of The 1902 Law Class Jan 1902

Directory Of The 1902 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Second edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1902.


Directory Of The 1902 Law Class Jan 1902

Directory Of The 1902 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1902.


1902 Law Class Directory Jan 1902

1902 Law Class Directory

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1902.


Directory Of Living Members Of The 1902 University Of Michigan Law Class Jan 1902

Directory Of Living Members Of The 1902 University Of Michigan Law Class

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1902.


Directory Of Living Members Of The 1902 University Of Michigan Law Class Jan 1902

Directory Of Living Members Of The 1902 University Of Michigan Law Class

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1902 at its 50th reunion.


Cases On The General Principles Of The Law Of Private Corporations, Volume 1, Horace L. Wilgus Jan 1902

Cases On The General Principles Of The Law Of Private Corporations, Volume 1, Horace L. Wilgus

Books

This work is designed to furnish those interested in the study of Corporation Law, -whether practitioner, teacher or student, - such material from the original sources, and in such order, as will show how reason and experience have dealt with the subject. Effort has been made in the selection to secure the best expression of the underlying reason or theory; to place these in such order as to develop, in a natural way, the general theory of Corporation Law, set forth in the table of contents; to insert such notes as will present a more comprehensive view of some of the ...


1902 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1902

1902 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

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

Included are:

  • A composite photograph of the Law Faculty and Class of 1902
  • A photograph of the members of Phi Delta Phi (Law Fraternity)
  • A humor piece titled The Wit of the Law School


A Directory Of The Law Class Of 1901 Jan 1901

A Directory Of The Law Class Of 1901

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1901.


A Study Of The United States Steel Corporation In Its Industrial And Legal Aspects; Being Three Lectures Delivered To The Class In Private Corporations, In The University Of Michigan, June 3, 4 And 5, 1901, Horace L. Wilgus Jan 1901

A Study Of The United States Steel Corporation In Its Industrial And Legal Aspects; Being Three Lectures Delivered To The Class In Private Corporations, In The University Of Michigan, June 3, 4 And 5, 1901, Horace L. Wilgus

Books

When the. class in corporations asked me to lecture upon the United States Steel Corporation, I replied I had not at band such of the documents use.d in its organization as would justify a legal discussion, and I did not wish to rely upon newspaper reports as to their contents. I promised, however, to try to secure authentic information. In order to do this, I wrote Messrs. J. P. Horgan & Co., requesting copies of such papers as were not considered private, stating what use was to be made of them. In reply to this request, they very kindly sent me copies of the Charter, By-laws, and Circulars used in organizing the company, printed in the Appendix. When the lectures were prepared, there was no expectation of publishing them; after the delivery, many requests for them in more permanent form, than mere. not.es taken at the time they were delivered, have induced me to print them. They ...


Class Directory: 1901 Law Class Jan 1901

Class Directory: 1901 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Directory of the 1901 Law Class for its 30th Reunion.


Requirements Of A Legal Education, Bradley M. Thompson Jan 1901

Requirements Of A Legal Education, Bradley M. Thompson

Other Publications

The sentiment which has been assigned to me and to which, in a Pickwickian sense, I am to respond, covers the whole field of a lawyer's professional education. It is a subject of special interest to the bar, and of much importance, indeed, to all, for the bar furnishes from its ranks all the members of the judicial department, one of the three co-ordinate departments of the government, whether state or national. And since every member of the bar is a member of the court before whom he practices, we constitute, at least, one third of the government. And ...


1901 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1901

1901 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

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

Included are:

  • Photographs of the Law Faculty and Class of 1901
  • A Photograph of the members of Phi Delta Phi (Law Fraternity)
  • A list of Senior and Freshman Class Officers
  • A satire piece titled Among the Lawyers


Is Law A Field For Woman's Work?, William P. Rogers Jan 1901

Is Law A Field For Woman's Work?, William P. Rogers

William Rogers (1896-1902)

No abstract provided.


Elias Finley Johnson, Jerome C. Knowlton Jan 1901

Elias Finley Johnson, Jerome C. Knowlton

Articles

A biographical sketch of Elias Finley Johnson at the time of his appointment as a Supreme Judge of the Philippines. Includes a photograph.


Joseph Hardcastle Vance, Jerome C. Knowlton Jan 1901

Joseph Hardcastle Vance, Jerome C. Knowlton

Articles

On December 20, 1900, after a quarter of a century's services in the University of Michigan, Joseph H. Vance died at his rooms on Monroe street in the city of Ann Arbor. He had been confined to the house for only a few days and the announcement of his death shocked many of his friends, who had not learned of his illness. He was seventy-three years of age and to those most intimately associated with him his death was not a surprise. During the past two years marked indications of senility had appeared with painful frequency.


Recollection Of The Law Department, Jerome C. Knowlton Jan 1901

Recollection Of The Law Department, Jerome C. Knowlton

Articles

In 1859 the Department of Law began its work in education at the the university of Michigan, with three professors and ninety students. The faculty consisted of Thomas M. Cooley, James V. Campbell and Charles I. Walker. Judge Cooley resided in Ann Arbor and the other gentlemen lived in Detroit. At this time these men were young and inexperienced in educational work and had not achieved in any marked degree, success at the bar. Today the lives of Cooley, Campbell and Walker make up some of the best chapters in the history of the State of Michigan, and the better ...


Suggestions As To The Study Of Law, Floyd R. Mechem Jan 1901

Suggestions As To The Study Of Law, Floyd R. Mechem

Articles

I have been asked to make a few suggestions respecting the study of law. I realize, of course, that I am in no position to speak with authority upon the subject. I realize also that it is a subject upon which competent judges might give different opinions. It seems to me, however, that two or three points may be suggested with reference to which all might agree.


Directory Of The 1900 Law Class Jan 1900

Directory Of The 1900 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Sixth edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1900, at its 30th reunion.


Direcotry Of 1900 Law Class Jan 1900

Direcotry Of 1900 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1900.


Direcotry Of 1900 Law Class Jan 1900

Direcotry Of 1900 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Third edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1900.


Directory Of The 1900 Law Class Jan 1900

Directory Of The 1900 Law Class

Class Year Publications

Tenth edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1900, at its 50th reunion.