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The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

1975

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Note, Abortion And The Constitution: The Need For A Life-Protective Amendment, Robert A. Destro Jan 1975

Note, Abortion And The Constitution: The Need For A Life-Protective Amendment, Robert A. Destro

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As a result of the recent congressional hearings held on proposed constitutional amendments designed to overturn the rulings of the United States Supreme Court concerning abortion, the abortion controversy has once again become a major topic of public interest. The author seeks to identify the two distinct areas of debate involved in the issue and to discuss, in particular, the central topic raised by many of the proposals-the rights of the unborn.


The Physician's Decision Making-Role In Abortion Cases, Raymond B. Marcin, Julia Marcin M.D. Jan 1975

The Physician's Decision Making-Role In Abortion Cases, Raymond B. Marcin, Julia Marcin M.D.

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No abstract provided.


The French Recension Of Compilatio Tertia, Kenneth Pennington Jan 1975

The French Recension Of Compilatio Tertia, Kenneth Pennington

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No abstract provided.


Holder In Due Course In Consumer Transactions: Requiem, Revival, Or Reformation?, Ralph J. Rohner Jan 1975

Holder In Due Course In Consumer Transactions: Requiem, Revival, Or Reformation?, Ralph J. Rohner

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No area of consumer protection has produced as much near religious ferment in recent years as that collection of rules which insulate third party financers from product-related claims or defenses of consumer purchasers. Courts, legislatures, agencies, commissions, and commentators 6 have assailed the holder in due course idea from all directions, so far as its application in consumer transactions is concerned. The cloud of rhetoric thus raised has tended to obscure the complexity of the subject, state only imperfectly the significant considerations, and oversimplify the appropriate legal responses. Moreover, the focus of much of this recent discussion has been on ...


Recent Developments In American Divorce Legislation, Harvey L. Zuckman Jan 1975

Recent Developments In American Divorce Legislation, Harvey L. Zuckman

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The "no fault divorce" revolution continues apace. Since publication of Professor Fox's and my survey of non fault divorce legislation in the Journal of Family Law in the summer of 1973, seven more states have amended their divorce laws to provide in some way for non fault divorce. Today more than forty states are in the non fault column.