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Virginia Bar Exam, December 1956, Day 2 Dec 1956

Virginia Bar Exam, December 1956, Day 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, December 1956, Day 1 Dec 1956

Virginia Bar Exam, December 1956, Day 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Laws Make 'Strategic' Move, Bob Norman, Shirley Prince Sep 1956

Laws Make 'Strategic' Move, Bob Norman, Shirley Prince

Law School Building

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, June 1956, Day 2 Jun 1956

Virginia Bar Exam, June 1956, Day 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, June 1956, Day 1 Jun 1956

Virginia Bar Exam, June 1956, Day 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Developments In Legal Education, Faculty Of Law, Civil Law Section, University Of Ottawa, Raymond A. Landry Jun 1956

Developments In Legal Education, Faculty Of Law, Civil Law Section, University Of Ottawa, Raymond A. Landry

Dalhousie Law Journal

The present Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa was inaugurated in 1953, although law had been taught at the Institution from 1887 to shortly before the First World War. This first venture in the teaching of the law was addressed to students both from Ontario and Quebec and the objective of the Faculty, at that time, was to teach both legal systems and to prepare students for the practice of law in both provinces. We will endeavour to present the developments in legal education from the perspective of the Civil Law Section although, unavoidably, the presence of the …


"Appropriate And Just": Section 24 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms And The Question Of Judicial Legitimacy, W A. Bogart Jun 1956

"Appropriate And Just": Section 24 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms And The Question Of Judicial Legitimacy, W A. Bogart

Dalhousie Law Journal

At the heart of procedural law lie questions concerning the role of courts in a liberal democratic state. What is the essence of their function? What is the proper relationship between the judiciary and other governmental institutions? What is the well-spring for values with which courts can make law? The questions are perennials and will be asked so long as there is interest in the workings and malfunctions of all aspects of government. Courts, like all institutions of government, are continually being assessed on their own terms and in relation to other branches. In Canada this examination has received a …


The Law School - 1955-1956, E. Blythe Stason Jun 1956

The Law School - 1955-1956, E. Blythe Stason

Michigan Law Review

Another law school year has become a part of the record of history, and in the belief that some of the pertinent historical facts are of interest to readers of the Law Review, I take advantage of these pages to report some of the principal items of interest arising in connection with the work of the year. The facts and figures herein set forth are derived in large part from the annual report being submitted from the Law School to the President and Board of Regents of the University.


Survey Of Carleton's Law Graduates, R Lynn Campbell Jun 1956

Survey Of Carleton's Law Graduates, R Lynn Campbell

Dalhousie Law Journal

Law is offered as an undergraduate social science discipline at Carleton University. Students may take programs leading to both Major and Honours B.A. degrees in law or may also undertake the study of law in a combined Major or Honours program in conjunction with another discipline.' The purpose of the program is to promote an awareness of the place of rules respecting human conduct in political, social and economic environments and to provide insights of other disciplines relevant to particular legal problems. Carleton University is the only post secondary educational institution that offers the study of law in this form. …


Comparative Legal Research, Some Remarks On "Looking Out Of The Cave", Hessel E. Yntema May 1956

Comparative Legal Research, Some Remarks On "Looking Out Of The Cave", Hessel E. Yntema

Michigan Law Review

Despite this risk and without limiting discussion of comparative legal research to a Platonic theory of knowledge-to which I for one would not accede-the text prompts first the inquiry, unavoidable in a constructive discussion of the matter, whether contemporary legal study in the United States is concerned with shadows in an intellectual cave-or in other words, whether it is true, as I was told years ago, partly perhaps in jest, by a late distinguished member of the Supreme Court, then Attorney General, when, encountering me on a visit to the Department of Justice, he kindly asked what I was looking …


Legal Center First In U.S., Nanette Geeo Apr 1956

Legal Center First In U.S., Nanette Geeo

Publications Describing the Law School's History

No abstract provided.


Marshall-Wythe School Of Law (Academic Year 1955-1956), College Of William & Mary Apr 1956

Marshall-Wythe School Of Law (Academic Year 1955-1956), College Of William & Mary

Course Information

No abstract provided.


The Problem Methods In Legal Education, Leo H. Whinery Feb 1956

The Problem Methods In Legal Education, Leo H. Whinery

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


'The Goal Of Life?' Retired I.U. Professor Packs Mementos To Move To Florida Jan 1956

'The Goal Of Life?' Retired I.U. Professor Packs Mementos To Move To Florida

Hugh Willis (1942-1943 Acting)

No abstract provided.


Headed For Florida! Retired Law Professor Leaving City After 34 Years Jan 1956

Headed For Florida! Retired Law Professor Leaving City After 34 Years

Hugh Willis (1942-1943 Acting)

No abstract provided.


The Quad Jan 1956

The Quad

Yearbooks & Class Year Publications

Yearbook of the Class of 1956.


Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1956

Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This report summarizes the responses to a questionnaire sent to University of Michigan Law School alumni fifteen years after graduation.


Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report Preface, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1956

Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report Preface, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This preface describes changes at the University of Michigan Law School between the time the class of 1956 came to the Law School (1953) and the time of the survey (1971).


Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1956

Class Of 1956 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Research And Study At University Of Michigan Law School For Persons From Other Lands, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1956

Research And Study At University Of Michigan Law School For Persons From Other Lands, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

This pamplet gives an overview of the Law School geared toward foreign graduate students and scholars.


The Graduate Program Of The Law School University Of Michigan, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1956

The Graduate Program Of The Law School University Of Michigan, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

Booklet outlining the different graduate programs available at University of Michigan Law School.


Idea Of A Law School, Charles S. Desmond Jan 1956

Idea Of A Law School, Charles S. Desmond

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cases And Materials On International Law, By Lester B. Orfield And Edward D. Re, Kenneth S. Carlston Jan 1956

Cases And Materials On International Law, By Lester B. Orfield And Edward D. Re, Kenneth S. Carlston

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Law And The Intellectuals, Jerome Hall Jan 1956

Law And The Intellectuals, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


A Seminar In Juvenile Problems, Dan Hopson Jr. Jan 1956

A Seminar In Juvenile Problems, Dan Hopson Jr.

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The University Of Kentucky College Of Law, Elvis J. Stahr Jr. Jan 1956

The University Of Kentucky College Of Law, Elvis J. Stahr Jr.

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.