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University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1930-1931, University Of Richmond Jun 1930

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1930-1931, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. From the beginning there were able professors, but financial support was uncertain. In 1890 the family of the late Mr. T. C. Williams, who had been a devoted and useful trustee, donated $25,000 as the nucleus of an endowment for the Law School. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from members of the family of Mr. Williams. The largest of these gifts ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1929-1930, University Of Richmond Jun 1929

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1929-1930, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from members of the family of Mr. T. C. Williams. The latest addition to the resources of the ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1928-1929, University Of Richmond Jun 1928

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1928-1929, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from members of the family of Mr. T. C. Williams. The endowment now amounts to $105,000, and ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1927-1928, University Of Richmond Jul 1927

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1927-1928, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from members of the family of Mr. T. C. Williams. The endowment now amounts to $100,000, and ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1926-1927, University Of Richmond Jul 1926

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1926-1927, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from the late Miss Mary T. Williams and from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr., both of whom were ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1925-1926, University Of Richmond Jul 1925

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1925-1926, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from the late Miss Mary T. Williams and from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr., both of whom were ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1924-1925, University Of Richmond Jul 1924

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1924-1925, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

A Law School was first established in Richmond College in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the School received, in 1890, from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Richmond, an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from the late Miss Mary T. Williams and from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr., both of whom were ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1923-1924, University Of Richmond Aug 1923

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1923-1924, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

The Law School was first established in 1870. After. a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the school received in 1890 from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams of Richmond an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams' School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from Miss Mary T. Williams and from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr., both of whom were among the donors of the ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1922-1923, University Of Richmond Aug 1922

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1922-1923, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement:

The Law School was first established in 1870. After a somewhat uncertain existence, due to lack of money, the school received in 1890 from the family of Mr. T. C. Williams of Richmond an endowment of $25,000. In recognition of this gift, the name of the School was changed to the T. C. Williams School of Law. Since 1890 there has been no interruption of work. At various times the School has received further generous gifts from Miss Mary T. Williams and from Mr. T. C. Williams, Jr., both of whom were among the donors of the ...


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1921-1922, University Of Richmond Jun 1921

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalogue Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1921-1922, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement: The T.C. Williams Law School Catalogue is limited to the following brief statements:

Entrance Requirements:

Pursuant to notice, the following entrance requirements have been adopted, and are in operation. In every case the applicant for admission should apply to the Secretary of the Law School for a blank certificate of admission, and have the question of entrance definitely settled before coming to the Law School.


Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1920-1921, University Of Richmond Sep 1920

Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1920-1921, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement: The T.C. Williams Law School Catalogue is limited to the following brief statements:

Entrance Requirements:

Pursuant to notice, the following entrance requirements have been adopted, and are in operation. In every case the applicant for admission should apply to the President of the College for a blank certificate of admission, and have the question of entrance definitely settled before coming to College.


Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1917-1918, University Of Richmond Jan 1917

Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1917-1918, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

While the country is at war, the Richmond College Law School Catalogue will be limited to the following brief statements:

Entrance Requirements:

Pursuant to notice, the following entrance requirements have been adopted, and are in operation. In every case the applicant for admission should apply to the President of the College for a blank certificate of admission, and have the question of entrance definitely settled before coming to College.


Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalog Of The Law School For 1916-1917, University Of Richmond Sep 1916

Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalog Of The Law School For 1916-1917, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statement

The Richmond College Law School

The important facts about legal education have aroused the founders, trustees, instructors and friends of the Law School in Richmond College. The most determined efforts are now being made to hew out an improved road in the legal educa-tion of the South. Along with the complication in social affairs, due to our rapidly expanding industrialization, must arise and grow the highly-skilled, well-trained, socially-conscious Southern jurist. Our increased dignity and our growing in-fluence in the world make irresistible this demand upon us. Richmond College, in full time, hopes to do its part in this ...


Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1908-1909, University Of Richmond Jan 1908

Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1908-1909, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

General Statements:

Location:

The founders of Richmond College showed rare wisdom and foresight in selecting a location for their institution. Rich­mond is not only the capital of Virginia, but is the best known city in the South, and one of the historic cities of the world. Enduring memorials of American heroes constantly teach les­sons of patriotism and inspire young men with noble ideals. The busy city, with its varied manufactories and extensive commerce, reminds the student that the modern scholar must be practical as well as learned.

Richmond lies midway between the severe cold of the North and ...


The Liability Of Charitable Corporations For The Torts Of Their Servants, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1907

The Liability Of Charitable Corporations For The Torts Of Their Servants, Harry B. Hutchins

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The Liability of Charitable Corporations for the Torts of their Servants.--This question was discussed quite fully in the last number of the REVIEW, pp. 552-559, under the title Liability of Hospitals for the Negligence of their Physicians and Nurses, particular attention being given to the reasons underlying the doctrine that charitable corporations are not liable for the negligence of their servants, provided proper care has been exercised in their selection, and to the limitations within which that doctrine should be confined. It was concluded that the true reason for the doctrine is not to be found, as many cases ...


Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1906-1907, University Of Richmond Jan 1906

Bulletin Of Richmond College: Catalogue Of The Law School For 1906-1907, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

The founders of Richmond College showed rare wisdom and foresight in selecting a location for their institution. Richmond is not only the capital of Virginia, but is the best known city in the South, and one of the historic cities of the world. Enduring memorials of American heroes constantly teach lessons of patriotism and inspire young men with noble ideals. The busy city, with its varied manufactories and extensive commerce, reminds the student that the modern scholar must be practical as well as learned. Richmond lies midway between the severe cold of the North and the relaxing heat of the ...


The Cy-Pres Doctrine, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1906

The Cy-Pres Doctrine, Harry B. Hutchins

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The CY-Pres Doctrine.-The court of chancery of New Jersey in the recent case of Brow et al. v. Condit et al. (Sept. 30, 1905), 61 Atl. Rep. 1055, refused to apply this doctrine under the following circumstances: The will of one Susan M. Corson, bearing date July 7, 1897, disposed of her residuary estate "to the Hospital Fund for Sick Seamen at Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, care of Mr. John M. Wood, chaplain." It appears that neither at the time of the making of the will nor at any time thereafter was there a fund in existence at ...