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Western Regional Offices Of The Law Students, George Moscone May 1975

Western Regional Offices Of The Law Students, George Moscone

Senator Moscone

Moscone's statement endorsing a progressive law student organization


The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda Apr 1975

The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda

IUSTITIA

In this paper I have two main purposes: (i) to outline the most general structure of morality, which is the fundamental schema of a good society, and (ii) to indict most of the mainstream views in the history of moral philosophy for their unchecked tendency toward reductionism and oversimplification. The tendency to oversimplification appears both in the gathering of the data for philosophical theorizing and in the theorizing itself. I will also point out another major recurring error in moral philosophy. I envision the day when moral philosophers, after examining their ontological and their methodological assumptions, rally to the banner ...


A Review: The Interaction Of Law And Religion, Frona Powell Apr 1975

A Review: The Interaction Of Law And Religion, Frona Powell

IUSTITIA

In 1971 at Boston University, Harold J. Berman, Story Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, delivered four lectures in the series of Lowell Lectures on Theology. This book is comprised of those lectures with an introduction, postscript, and annotations. One would hope that Berman's analysis of the interaction of law and religion would provide insight into an area which is often neglected by modern jurisprudents. Unfortunately, it does not.

Those who are members of the legal profession as well as those who are not, are aware of the fact that the legal system does not always function properly ...


Friends And Enemies Of The American Indian: An Essay Review On Native American Law And Public Policy, Rennard J. Strickland Jan 1975

Friends And Enemies Of The American Indian: An Essay Review On Native American Law And Public Policy, Rennard J. Strickland

Rennard J. Strickland

No abstract provided.


0115: Jacob Stollings Will, 1817, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1975

0115: Jacob Stollings Will, 1817, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

Copy of a Cabell County [West] Virginia will, 1817, dividing property along Crawley Creek; includes an inventory of the estate.


0157: Charles A. Gebhardt Papers, 1927-1935, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1975

0157: Charles A. Gebhardt Papers, 1927-1935, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

Receipts, bills and notes on expenses for taxes and rental properties in Mason and Kanawha Counties, West Virginia.


Judicial Review Of Federal Administrative Action: Quest For The Optimum Forum, David P. Currie, Frank I. Goodman Jan 1975

Judicial Review Of Federal Administrative Action: Quest For The Optimum Forum, David P. Currie, Frank I. Goodman

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

Professors Currie and Goodman present a comprehensive analysis of the variables that must be isolated and weighed in determining the optimum forum for judicial review of administrative action. While the backdrop for this study is the caseload crisis presently confronting the federal courts of appeals, their discussion illuminates the requsites for optimum judicial review generally.

Failing to perceive any compelling reason to single out administrative cases for review (in separate courts, the authors argue against the creation of special administrative appeals courts. Even if such courts were to enjoy broad subject matter jurisdiction over the most demanding aspects of the ...


Note, The Preemption Doctrine: Shifting Perspectives On Federalism And The Burger Court, William W. Bratton Jan 1975

Note, The Preemption Doctrine: Shifting Perspectives On Federalism And The Burger Court, William W. Bratton

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Black Lawyers And Corporate And Commercial Practice: Some Unfinished Business Of The Civil Rights Movement, John T. Baker Jan 1975

Black Lawyers And Corporate And Commercial Practice: Some Unfinished Business Of The Civil Rights Movement, John T. Baker

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Black Law Professors And The Integrity Of American Legal Education, Henry J. Richardson Iii Jan 1975

Black Law Professors And The Integrity Of American Legal Education, Henry J. Richardson Iii

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Book Review, Peter D. Garlock Jan 1975

Book Review, Peter D. Garlock

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

The author reviews Thorns and Thistles: Juvenile Delinquents in the United States, 1825-1940.


Christian Theories Of Professional Responsibility, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1975

Christian Theories Of Professional Responsibility, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

Consideration of the religious and moral significance of legal practice is a subject to which too little attention has been paid in American legal education. Louis M. Brown has been one of those few engaged in the teaching of law who has explored the ethical components of lawyering; his example has been a great influence on many of us. It seems appropriate, therefore, in this tribute to Louis M. Brown, to consider the role which Christian values may play in producing lawyers who are well-developed in interpersonal as in professional skills.

This essay will seek to relate Christian values to ...