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The Conflict Of Laws: A Comparative Study: Vol. I, Max Rheinstein Dec 1947

The Conflict Of Laws: A Comparative Study: Vol. I, Max Rheinstein

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No abstract provided.


Federal Law Of Search And Seizure As An Incident To Lawful Arrest In The Light Of The Case Of Harris V. United States, C.D. Berry, N.C. Frost Dec 1947

Federal Law Of Search And Seizure As An Incident To Lawful Arrest In The Light Of The Case Of Harris V. United States, C.D. Berry, N.C. Frost

Vanderbilt Law Review

The recent widely discussed case of Harris v. United States further complicates that already complex phase of search and seizure which relates to the extent to which officers may search as an incident to a lawful arrest. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution provides: "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon prob-able cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to he seized." It has …


How Far Will Multi-State Death Taxation Go--Curry V. Mccanless Revisited, Thomas A. Thomas Dec 1947

How Far Will Multi-State Death Taxation Go--Curry V. Mccanless Revisited, Thomas A. Thomas

Vanderbilt Law Review

It is the purpose of this comment to show how the death tax laws today affect the estate of a person who dies in one state leaving tangible or intangible personalty in another state, and also to recall the laws as they existed in the not too remote past and to surmise what they will be tomorrow in the light of recent trends.


Legal Realists, Legal Fundamentalists, Lawyer Schools, And Policy Science--Or How Not To Teach Law, Fred Rodell Dec 1947

Legal Realists, Legal Fundamentalists, Lawyer Schools, And Policy Science--Or How Not To Teach Law, Fred Rodell

Vanderbilt Law Review

Increasingly over the past years, there has cropped up in the law reviews a special kind of leading article. It does not deal with anything courts are doing or legislatures are doing or lawyers are doing; it does not even deal with what courts or legislatures or administrators or lawyers ought to be doing; instead, it deals with a subject of apparently endless and obviously narcissistic fascination to the law teachers who write the articles. It deals with the teaching of law. More precisely, these articles are concerned with how the law teachers who write the articles think other law …


Sanctions, Law And Public Order, George H. Dession Dec 1947

Sanctions, Law And Public Order, George H. Dession

Vanderbilt Law Review

A more creative conception of criminal law, and a more scientific and policy-minded approach to the organization of research, instruction and con- sultation concerning the use of criminal and other negative sanctions, 'have long been in making in the minds of many working in the field, in many widely separated places. My purpose in this paper is briefly to describe the kind of program currently conceived-to these ends in the Yale School of Law. Stemming from a series of exploratory studies and seminars conducted over the past few, years in collaboration with members of the Departments of Anthropology, Psychiatry and …


The Investment Advisers Act Of 1940, W.T. Mallison Jr. Dec 1947

The Investment Advisers Act Of 1940, W.T. Mallison Jr.

Vanderbilt Law Review

There were many questionable business methods which could be used by advisers prior to the passage of the Act. In 1939, it was not uncommon for an adviser to arrange that one client buy a certain security and that another sell the same one. Where the adviser operated on the then commonly accepted basis of receiving a proportion of profits made by his clients, he could not lose by using this technique. The adviser's sole concern was to seek new clients to replace those whose assets or credulity were exhausted. Adviser custody of clients' funds was the basis of most …


Sociology Of Law--A Student's Concept, Glynn A. Pugh Dec 1947

Sociology Of Law--A Student's Concept, Glynn A. Pugh

Vanderbilt Law Review

The Anglo-American lawyer is inclined to restrain his interest to the legal order; he becomes a specialist in the decisions rendered by the courts. The attorney, unfamiliar with present day methodology of the social sciences, is easily bewildered by the writings and judicial decisions of the sociological jurist. Part of this bewilderment may be at once eliminated by distinguishing two concepts of "law." The lawyer may conceive of the law as "that which is backed by the force of politically organized society." An inadequate amount of attention is directed toward the sources of law, its trends and its functions. Sociologists …


A Note On Samuel Pufendorf, Anton-Hermann Chroust Dec 1947

A Note On Samuel Pufendorf, Anton-Hermann Chroust

Vanderbilt Law Review

The work of Samuel Pufendorf was certainly the outstanding influence on continental legal philosophy during the second half of the seventeenth and throughout the eighteenth centuries. From his work comes the supposedly authoritative notion that scientific natural law and, hence, true legal philosophy as such, began with Hugo Grotius. What he actually meant to say was that Hugo Grotius had secularized the natural law, that is, he had divorced it from moral theology and put it on a non-theological--and, we may surmise--on a non-ethical basis.


Powers Of Chinese Courts, Chao-Lung Yang Dec 1947

Powers Of Chinese Courts, Chao-Lung Yang

Vanderbilt Law Review

The Chinese legal system has recently aroused the interest of not a few Western scholars. But little has been written about the powers of the Chinese courts. It has been said-and it is true-that the Chinese legal system belongs to the Continental type. It will, therefore, be interesting to see in what way it is different from the Anglo-American system. Generally speaking, opinions may differ as to the fundamental features which distinguish the Continental legal system from the Anglo-American. But it may perhaps b e said that such features lie more in the sphere of adjective law and legal technique …


Business Organizations - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Business Organizations - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

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Contracts - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Contracts - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Family Law - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Family Law - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Administrative Law- Adoption Of Proposed Decision Of Hearing Officer Without Review Of The Record By Final Authority Is Not Denial Of Due Process, Editors Dec 1947

Administrative Law- Adoption Of Proposed Decision Of Hearing Officer Without Review Of The Record By Final Authority Is Not Denial Of Due Process, Editors

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

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Title Page, North Carolina Law Review Dec 1947

Title Page, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Labor Contracts And The Taft-Hartley Act, Charles H. Livengood Jr. Dec 1947

Labor Contracts And The Taft-Hartley Act, Charles H. Livengood Jr.

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Angel V. Bullington: Twilight Of Diversity Jurisdiction, L. W. Farinholt Jr. Dec 1947

Angel V. Bullington: Twilight Of Diversity Jurisdiction, L. W. Farinholt Jr.

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Law School, The, North Carolina Law Review Dec 1947

Law School, The, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews, North Carolina Law Review Dec 1947

Book Reviews, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law -- Arrest -- Search And Seizure, Ernest W. Machen Jr. Dec 1947

Constitutional Law -- Arrest -- Search And Seizure, Ernest W. Machen Jr.

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Courts -- Federal Jurisdiction -- Application Of Res Judicata And Erie V. Tompkins To Achieve Uniformity Of Law Within A State, Claude F. Seila Dec 1947

Courts -- Federal Jurisdiction -- Application Of Res Judicata And Erie V. Tompkins To Achieve Uniformity Of Law Within A State, Claude F. Seila

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Declaratory Judgment -- Trustees' Request For Instructions, Daniel D. Retchin Dec 1947

Declaratory Judgment -- Trustees' Request For Instructions, Daniel D. Retchin

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Insurance -- Fraud And Materiality Of Representations -- Statutory Construction, Joseph C. Moore Jr. Dec 1947

Insurance -- Fraud And Materiality Of Representations -- Statutory Construction, Joseph C. Moore Jr.

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judgments -- Opening Default Judgment For Neglect Of Attorney -- Discretionary Power In Trial Judge, David M. Mclelland Dec 1947

Judgments -- Opening Default Judgment For Neglect Of Attorney -- Discretionary Power In Trial Judge, David M. Mclelland

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Labor -- Collective Bargaining Agreements -- Union Liability For Damages Under The Taft-Hartley Act, Henry E. Colton Dec 1947

Labor -- Collective Bargaining Agreements -- Union Liability For Damages Under The Taft-Hartley Act, Henry E. Colton

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


North Carolina's Archaic Coroner System, John R. Jordan Jr. Dec 1947

North Carolina's Archaic Coroner System, John R. Jordan Jr.

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Civil Practice And Procedure - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Civil Practice And Procedure - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Criminal Law And Procedure - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Criminal Law And Procedure - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Property - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Property - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Public Law - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review Dec 1947

Public Law - Survey Of Illinois Law For The Year 1946-1947, Chicago-Kent Law Review

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Articles\Authors Of Articles\Book Reviews\Subject Index, North Carolina Law Review Dec 1947

Articles\Authors Of Articles\Book Reviews\Subject Index, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.