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Dedication, James R. Kibler Jr. Jan 1992

Dedication, James R. Kibler Jr.

University of Richmond Law Review

September, 1991 saw the passing of A.L. Philpott, loyal alumnus of the University of Richmond and The T.C. Williams School of Law, Speaker of the House of Delegates, and member of the Virginia General Assembly for thirty-three years. He was 72. Advocate, counsellor, legislator, A.L. Philpott embodied the notion of lawyer as public servant. His contributions to the development of Virginia law and public policy are legion. Perhaps chief among these were his commitment to improving codification of the Code of Virginia and his steadfast devotion to constitutional doctrine and individual liberties. In recognition of his many contributions to the …


Tribute: The Passing Of A Legal Legend, Ronald J. Bacigal Jan 1987

Tribute: The Passing Of A Legal Legend, Ronald J. Bacigal

University of Richmond Law Review

The University of Richmond Law Review respectfully dedicates this issue to the memory of Malcolm Ray Doubles, 1900-1987. Judge Doubles earned his B.S. degree at Davidson College and his law degree at the T.C. Williams School of Law. He practiced with the Richmond law firm of Carter, Crawford and Redd before leaving to become a full-time law professor at the T.C. Williams School of Law. He served as dean of the law school from 1930 to 1947 and from 1971 to 1972, and as Judge of the Hustings Court of Richmond from 1947 to 1965. The pages that follow serve …


A Dedication To Thomas A. Edmonds, Daniel T. Murphy Jan 1987

A Dedication To Thomas A. Edmonds, Daniel T. Murphy

University of Richmond Law Review

The Law Review dedicates this issue to Thomas A. Edmonds on the occasion of his resignation as Dean of the T.C. Williams School of Law. Dean Edmonds left Richmond in January, 1987, to assume his new responsibilities as Dean of the law school at the University of Mississippi. Tom and Martha Edmonds are from Mississippi, and Tom began his teaching career at the law school where he now serves as dean. In a sense this move is a return home for the Edmonds.


Legal Education In Virginia 1779-1979; Land Use Law: Issues For The Eighties, Lewis T. Booker, Susanne L. Shilling Jan 1982

Legal Education In Virginia 1779-1979; Land Use Law: Issues For The Eighties, Lewis T. Booker, Susanne L. Shilling

University of Richmond Law Review

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William Taylor Muse- "The Dean", John W. Edmonds Iii Jan 1972

William Taylor Muse- "The Dean", John W. Edmonds Iii

University of Richmond Law Review

It is hard to discuss William Taylor Muse, or The Dean as he was known to most of us, without using superlatives in what would appear to the uninitiated a super abundance. William T. Muse was many things-a devoted husband and father, an ardent Baptist, an enthusiastic and constant fan of athletics at the University of Richmond, a recognized scholar and legal author, a teacher of law for forty years, secre- tary and president of the Virginia State Bar Association, and a Sunday School teacher for most of his adult life. To most of us, he was pri- marily two …