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The Contracts Notes Of Timothy Merwin: Earliest Evidence Of Instruction At Yale Law School, Peter Stern Jan 1996

The Contracts Notes Of Timothy Merwin: Earliest Evidence Of Instruction At Yale Law School, Peter Stern

Student Legal History Papers

This paper discusses the contracts notes of one of the first students at the Yale Law School. The notes were taken in 1828, making them the earliest known evidence of the method of instruction employed by the law school's founders.


The Triumph Of Gilmore's The Death Of Contract, Robert A. Hillman Jan 1996

The Triumph Of Gilmore's The Death Of Contract, Robert A. Hillman

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Taking The Public Out Of Determining Government Policy: The Need For An Appropriate Scope Of Bargaining Test In The Illinois Public Sector, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 531 (1996), Eric C. Scheiner Jan 1996

Taking The Public Out Of Determining Government Policy: The Need For An Appropriate Scope Of Bargaining Test In The Illinois Public Sector, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 531 (1996), Eric C. Scheiner

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.