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The College Of Law Nov 1922

The College Of Law

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Failure Of The Law Office To Give An Adequate Technical Education, George E. Price Nov 1922

The Failure Of The Law Office To Give An Adequate Technical Education, George E. Price

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


College Of Law Commencement Program, 1922, University Of Kentucky Jun 1922

College Of Law Commencement Program, 1922, University Of Kentucky

Graduation Programs

No abstract provided.


The Law School Commencement Dinner Jun 1922

The Law School Commencement Dinner

Recognition Ceremony

No abstract provided.


The Law Building Jun 1922

The Law Building

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The School Of Law (Academic Year 1921-1922), College Of William & Mary Apr 1922

The School Of Law (Academic Year 1921-1922), College Of William & Mary

Course Information

No abstract provided.


Objective Law Examinations, George P. Costigan Jr Mar 1922

Objective Law Examinations, George P. Costigan Jr

Michigan Law Review

In an article on "Objective Law Examinations" in the December, 1921, number of the ILIINOIS LAW REvIww,' Professor Albert Kocourek gives a somewhat idealistic, and to the present writer an unconvincing, argument for that kind of law school examination where the student is to answer merely Yes, No, or-this last to a limited number of questions-O, (unanswered). The argument is largely statistical, being based on an experiment with fifty-three (53) law students, mainly, if not entirely, of the first year, in the course known at Northwestern as Chattels I, and with fifty-six (56) college students, unacquainted presumably with any but ...


William And Mary, The First American Law School, Robert M. Hughes Jan 1922

William And Mary, The First American Law School, Robert M. Hughes

History of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law

No abstract provided.


Directory Of The Law Class Of 1922 Jan 1922

Directory Of The Law Class Of 1922

Yearbooks & Class Year Publications

1952 edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1922.


Directory Of The Law Class Of 1922 Jan 1922

Directory Of The Law Class Of 1922

Yearbooks & Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1922.


University Of Michigan: Directory, Law Class Of 1922 Jan 1922

University Of Michigan: Directory, Law Class Of 1922

Yearbooks & Class Year Publications

Second edition of the directory of the Law Class of 1922.


University Of Michigan Law School: Directory: Class Of 1922 Jan 1922

University Of Michigan Law School: Directory: Class Of 1922

Yearbooks & Class Year Publications

Directory of the Law Class of 1922.


Book 2 Jan - June 1922 Jan 1922

Book 2 Jan - June 1922

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden continues to oversee the library, with additional staff of Helen Turner, Laura Lutrell and Nellie Wiley. These librarians spent their days assisting patrons, binding books, record keeping, obtaining new material for the library and writing. Records indicate attendance, what students were studying and events in the community.


1922 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1922

1922 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A brief history of the Law School
  • Photographs of the Senior Class Officers
  • Photographs of the Class of 1922
  • A composite photograph of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Fraternity)
  • A composite photograph of Gamma Eta Gamma
  • Photographs of the Demurrer Club
  • Photographs of the Law School Football Team
  • Photographs of the Annual Diamond Classic (Baseball Game between the Law School and Medical School)


Review Of Cases On Contracts, By G. P. Costigan, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1922

Review Of Cases On Contracts, By G. P. Costigan, Ralph W. Aigler

Reviews

Professor Aigler notes that other works on the subject have appeared in the past year, such as a collection of cases on contracts in the American Casebook Series by Professor Corbin and the new edition of Williston's Cases on Contracts. He feels that law teachers may be particularly interested in the notes, which "... are copious, are very interesting, and valuable." His verdict: "How well Professor Costigan's book will work out as the basis of instruction only actual use can tell. A careful examination of the book, however, has satisfied the reviewer that it would be interesting to try ...


Legal Education And Admission To The Bar, Henry M. Bates Jan 1922

Legal Education And Admission To The Bar, Henry M. Bates

Articles

From Conclusions: "We cannot close this report with some general remarks concerning standards of admission to the bar. An examination of the Proceedings of the American and the various state bar associations during the last few years will show a constant expression of dissatisfaction with the comparatively low standards for admission which prevail ..."


Judicial Statesmen, John B. Waite Jan 1922

Judicial Statesmen, John B. Waite

Articles

KNOWLEDGE of the Common Law "doth no way conduce to the making of a statesman. It is a confined and topicall kind of Learning calculated only for the Meridian of WestministerHall, and reacheth no further than Dover. Transplant a Common Lawyer to Calice, and his head is no more usefull there than a Sun-dyal in a grave." So an anonymous individual placarded England, some three hundred years ago, in protest against the election of lawyers to Parliament. It is unquestionably true, today, that knowledge of the common law-in its customary connotation of precedent--does not in and of itself make a ...


The Lawyers' Club And Dormitories, Henry M. Bates Jan 1922

The Lawyers' Club And Dormitories, Henry M. Bates

Articles

The generous gift of an internationally known lawyer who is a graduate of this Law School has made it possible for the Law School to plan a splendid group of buildings. When the whole plan is finally realized we shall have an equipment for the professional work and the living arrangements of our law students hitherto unequaled anywhere in the history of legal education.