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Will Catholic Higher Education Survive Until 1984?, Robert F. Drinan , S.J. Dec 1964

Will Catholic Higher Education Survive Until 1984?, Robert F. Drinan , S.J.

Law School Publications

The Annual Ledesma Lecture of Loyola University for 1964. The lecture explores the future of Catholic colleges and universities in the United States, arguing that federal and state funds will be required to ensure their continued existence and noting opposition in some circles to the use of public funds to support sectarian institutions.


Sui Juris, Volume 09, Number 02, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association Dec 1964

Sui Juris, Volume 09, Number 02, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association

Sui Juris

Publication of the Student Bar Association of the Boston College Law School. This issue includes an essay entitled "Psychiatric Service: A University Obligation" by Preston K. Munter, M.D., Assistant Director and Psychiatrist of Harvard University Health Services.


The Pre-Election Moratorium On Demonstrations And The Future Of The Civil Rights Movement, Robert F. Drinan , S.J. Nov 1964

The Pre-Election Moratorium On Demonstrations And The Future Of The Civil Rights Movement, Robert F. Drinan , S.J.

Law School Publications

Address delivered to the Catholic Interracial Council of Milwaukee. Drinan considers the causes and effects of the 100-day moratorium on demonstrations declared by many leading civil rights organizations in the lead-up to the 1964 presidential election.


Population, Peace And Christian Responsibilities: A Morally Acceptable Public Policy, Robert F. Drinan , S.J. Oct 1964

Population, Peace And Christian Responsibilities: A Morally Acceptable Public Policy, Robert F. Drinan , S.J.

Law School Publications

Address delivered at the 37th Annual Conference of the Catholic Association for International Peace and the celebration of the 175th Anniversary of Georgetown University. The conference took place from October 22nd to 25th, and its topic was "Population Growth: Threat to Peace?".


Ten Commandments For Christian Jurists, Robert F. Drinan , S.J. Sep 1964

Ten Commandments For Christian Jurists, Robert F. Drinan , S.J.

Law School Publications

Sermon delivered at the Red Mass of 1964 at St. Augustine's Cathedral in Bridgeport, Connecticut. In the light of the evolving relationship between church and state in the United States, as exemplified by changes in the role of religion in public education, the sermon proposes ten commandments for Christian lawyers, judges, and other jurists.


Sui Juris, Volume 09, Number 01, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association Sep 1964

Sui Juris, Volume 09, Number 01, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association

Sui Juris

Publication of the Student Bar Association of the Boston College Law School. This issue includes the text of a speech entitled "Reflections on the Law", presented by Grant Gilmore, Professor of Law at Yale University, at the 1961 publications banquet, addressing the concept of rule of law.


Sui Juris, Volume 08, Number 04, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association Mar 1964

Sui Juris, Volume 08, Number 04, Boston College Law School. Student Bar Association

Sui Juris

Publication of the Student Bar Association of the Boston College Law School. This issue includes an announcement of the death of Professor Wendell F. Grimes and of the first Wendell F. Grimes Moot Court Competition, named in his honor.


An Historical And Critical Analysis Of Interpleader, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., Myron Moskovitz Jan 1964

An Historical And Critical Analysis Of Interpleader, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., Myron Moskovitz

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


English Registered Conveyancing: A Study In Effective Land Transfer, Ted J. Fiflis Jan 1964

English Registered Conveyancing: A Study In Effective Land Transfer, Ted J. Fiflis

Articles

No abstract provided.


Holmespun Humor, Edward J. Bander Jan 1964

Holmespun Humor, Edward J. Bander

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Review Of “Law And Economic Growth: The Legal History Of The Lumber Industry In Wisconsin, 1836-1915” By James Willard Hurst, Lewis R. Mills Jan 1964

Review Of “Law And Economic Growth: The Legal History Of The Lumber Industry In Wisconsin, 1836-1915” By James Willard Hurst, Lewis R. Mills

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


A New Light Dawns - The Judicial Operosity Of Chief Justice Doe, John Reid Jan 1964

A New Light Dawns - The Judicial Operosity Of Chief Justice Doe, John Reid

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Epistemology Of Legal Judgments, F. S. C. Northrop Jan 1964

Epistemology Of Legal Judgments, F. S. C. Northrop

Faculty Scholarship Series

THERE are three major ways of understanding any subject. The
science of epistemology tells us what they are. It does this by investigating
our human ways of knowing, with particular reference to how words
obtain their various species of meanings. Since law, perhaps more than
most subjects, is concerned with the use and the interpretation of language,
it may help us to understand and evaluate the all-or-none principle
in legal judgments if we describe three major epistemological theories of
knowledge, including their respective conceptions of the meaning of
words, and relate them to the settling of legal disputes.


British Statutes In American Law, 1776-1836, Elizabeth Gaspar Brown Jan 1964

British Statutes In American Law, 1776-1836, Elizabeth Gaspar Brown

Books

When a dependency severs its formal connection with the mother country - irrespective of the century in which such severance occurs - the act of independence can neither eradicate the past nor solve all problems of the future. In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the United States of America discovered that independence from Great Britain in itself did not abolish the need for rules and regulations by which men could anticipate with some degree of certainty the consequences of particular actions. Wholesale adoption of such English statutes as were suited to their condition offered a solution to the need for ...


Legal Idealism And Constitutional Law, James A. Gardner Jan 1964

Legal Idealism And Constitutional Law, James A. Gardner

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Vote And Its Implementation, Donald P. Kommers Jan 1964

The Right To Vote And Its Implementation, Donald P. Kommers

Journal Articles

The quest for political equality has been a major theme of American history. Indeed, since 1789, the American political system has undergone steady progress toward increasing democratization.' Slavery was abolished in 1865. The right to vote is no longer limited by restrictions based on property, race, color, or sex. Since 1913 United States senators have been elected by the people. Political equality is afforded to the citizens of each state through the equal protection and due process clauses of the fourteenth amendment. And the operation of the electoral college, originally intended to house a political elite, has been so modified ...


From Legal Theory To Integrative Jurisprudence, Jerome Hall Jan 1964

From Legal Theory To Integrative Jurisprudence, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Statutory Interpretation: Core Meaning And Marginal Uncertainty, Reed Dickerson Jan 1964

Statutory Interpretation: Core Meaning And Marginal Uncertainty, Reed Dickerson

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Arkansas' Judiciary: Its History And Structure, Edwin H. Greenebaum Jan 1964

Arkansas' Judiciary: Its History And Structure, Edwin H. Greenebaum

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.