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Legal Opinion Letters And Texas Usury Laws., Albert H. Hiller, G. Christopher Scruggs Dec 1979

Legal Opinion Letters And Texas Usury Laws., Albert H. Hiller, G. Christopher Scruggs

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract Forthcoming.


How Liberated Was Judge Jerome Frank?, Michael E. Smith Mar 1979

How Liberated Was Judge Jerome Frank?, Michael E. Smith

Michigan Law Review

A Review of A Man's Reach: The Philosophy of Judge Jerome Frank edited by Barbara Frank Kristein


Book Reviews In Law Reviews: An Endangered Species, David F. Cavers Mar 1979

Book Reviews In Law Reviews: An Endangered Species, David F. Cavers

Michigan Law Review

Introduction: Book Reviews in Law Reviews: An Endangered Species


Annotated Bibliography 1965-78, Michigan Journal Of International Law Jan 1979

Annotated Bibliography 1965-78, Michigan Journal Of International Law

Michigan Journal of International Law

Dumping frequently has been treated in legal literature as a subject comfortably reviewed, from abstract economic theory to administrative practice, within a single law review article or note. As a consequence, many authors produce lengthy overviews, often duplicating the efforts of others. The annotations point to areas of particular strengths and weaknesses in the legal writing on the subject from 1965 to 1978. This allows the reader to move quickly to the leading discussions, without undue labor on repetitive pieces. The topical headings should not be considered airtight compartments. As noted, many authors attempt to cover every aspect of the …


Cook, Oliphant And Yntema: The Scientific Wing Of American Legal Realism, S. N. Verdun-Jones Jan 1979

Cook, Oliphant And Yntema: The Scientific Wing Of American Legal Realism, S. N. Verdun-Jones

Dalhousie Law Journal

For many years I have been asking myself the question: In what way or ways is it possible to study law scientifically? This has, naturally, led to an examination both into the nature of scientific knowledge, more especially in those fields in which scientific study has won its greatest successes- such as physics, chemistry, astronomy- and into the possibilities of developing similar bodies of knowledge in the field of what are commonly called the social sciences. W. W. Cook.' Walter Wheeler Cook, Herman Oliphant, and Hessel Yntema formed a distinctly homogeneous trio among the widely divergent band of legal scholars …