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The Role Of The Corporation Counsel, William T. Gossett Sep 1956

The Role Of The Corporation Counsel, William T. Gossett

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Attorney And Client--Disbarment Of Attorney For Invoking Fifth Amendment-Denial Of Due Process, M. J. P. Jun 1956

Attorney And Client--Disbarment Of Attorney For Invoking Fifth Amendment-Denial Of Due Process, M. J. P.

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Necessity As A Justification: A Critique Of Perka, Donald Galloway Jun 1956

Necessity As A Justification: A Critique Of Perka, Donald Galloway

Dalhousie Law Journal

In his characteristically trenchant and influential investigation, "A Plea for Excuses",' J. L. Austin reminded us that we can and do use different strategies of defending a person when it is claimed that he has done wrong. He drew attention to two distinct tactics: One way of going about this (defending a person) is to admit that he, X, did that very thing, A, but to argue that it was a good thing, or the right or sensible thing, or a permissible thing to do . . . To take this line is to justify the action, to give reasons …


Foreword, Joseph O'Meara Jan 1956

Foreword, Joseph O'Meara

Journal Articles

The Natural Law Institute, a function of The Law School of The University of Notre Dame, was organized in 1947. Five annual convocations were held under its auspices, the last one in December of 1951. Thereafter a search was undertaken for a way in which the Institute could function effectively on a year-round rather than a once-a-year basis. After exploring many possibilities, it was decided to publish this journal, the Natural Law Forum.