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William And Mary Bicentennial Commemoraiton: New Light On The General Court Of Colonial Virginia, Frank L. Dewey Oct 1979

William And Mary Bicentennial Commemoraiton: New Light On The General Court Of Colonial Virginia, Frank L. Dewey

William & Mary Law Review

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Mosses From An Old Manse: Another Look At Some Historic Property Cases About The Environment, Daniel R. Coquillette Jun 1979

Mosses From An Old Manse: Another Look At Some Historic Property Cases About The Environment, Daniel R. Coquillette

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Also appears in Land Use and Environment Law Review 12 (1981): 67-127, and in International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory: Environmental Law, edited by Michael C. Blum, 107-67. New York: New York University Press, 1992.


Mosses From An Old Manse: Another Look At Some Historic Property Cases About The Environment, Daniel R. Coquillette May 1979

Mosses From An Old Manse: Another Look At Some Historic Property Cases About The Environment, Daniel R. Coquillette

Daniel R. Coquillette

Also appears in Land Use and Environment Law Review 12 (1981): 67-127, and in International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory: Environmental Law, edited by Michael C. Blum, 107-67. New York: New York University Press, 1992.


The First Two Vinerian Professors: Blackstone And Chambers, Rupert Cross May 1979

The First Two Vinerian Professors: Blackstone And Chambers, Rupert Cross

William & Mary Law Review

This is the second in a series of four articles commemorating the bicentennial of American legal education, dating from the establishment of the first chair of law and police, occupied by George Wythe, at the College of William and Mary on December 4, 1779. The colonial antecedents to the College's formal relation to professional legal education may be traced to the career of Sir John Randolph, a student at William and Mary, 1705-1713, who then prepared for the bar at Gray's Inn, London (1715-1717). Randolph's two sons, Peyton ("The Patriot") and John ("The Tory") followed his example ...


The Rev. John Bracken V. The Visitors Of William And Mary College: A Post-Revolutionary Problem In Visitatorial Jurisdiction, J. W. Bridge Mar 1979

The Rev. John Bracken V. The Visitors Of William And Mary College: A Post-Revolutionary Problem In Visitatorial Jurisdiction, J. W. Bridge

William & Mary Law Review

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The Legal Profession: A Look Into The Future, William B. Spong Jr. Jan 1979

The Legal Profession: A Look Into The Future, William B. Spong Jr.

Popular Media

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