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Lawyers: What Of The Law--And Law Schools?, Erwin N. Griswold Dec 1949

Lawyers: What Of The Law--And Law Schools?, Erwin N. Griswold

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Law School 1949-50, E. Blythe Stason Dec 1949

The Law School 1949-50, E. Blythe Stason

Michigan Law Review

Notwithstanding the fact that the peak of postwar veterans' enrollment is supposed to have subsided, the 1949-50 enrollment in the Law School remains substantially the same as it has been during the past several years. Last year we recorded a total of 1057 students; this year the figure is 1030. The beginning class of 409 students, together with 273 second-year and 328 third-year students, to which must be added 20 graduate students, all add up to the total, 1030. Thirty-three of the total are women, the largest women's enrollment ever recorded in the School. The group of 20 graduate students …


Alfred Evens In Memoriam Jul 1949

Alfred Evens In Memoriam

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, June 1949, Day 2 Jun 1949

Virginia Bar Exam, June 1949, Day 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, June 1949, Day 1 Jun 1949

Virginia Bar Exam, June 1949, Day 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Henry Moore Bates 1869-1949, University Of Michigan Law School Jun 1949

Henry Moore Bates 1869-1949, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

Program for services in honor of Dean Emeritus Henry Moore Bates.


Address To Graduating Class January, 1949, D. Gordon Baker Jun 1949

Address To Graduating Class January, 1949, D. Gordon Baker

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Henry Moore Bates: 1869-1949, Paul A. Leidy, Grover C. Grismore, Ralph W. Aigler Jun 1949

Henry Moore Bates: 1869-1949, Paul A. Leidy, Grover C. Grismore, Ralph W. Aigler

Michigan Law Review

Henry Moore Bates, Professor Emeritus of Law and Dean Emeritus of the Law School, was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 30, 1869. He was the son of George Chapman Bates and Alice E. Bates. He received his early education from private tutors and the public schools of Chicago; in the fall of 1886 he enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts of this University; he received the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy in June of 1890.


Henry Moore Bates, Herbert W. Clark Jun 1949

Henry Moore Bates, Herbert W. Clark

Michigan Law Review

There are people to whom any sense of fitness would assign a long life. Henry Moore Bates is one of these. In full vigor of mind until the end and before any physical deterioration had occurred to render his days uncomfortable to himself or his family, he died April 15th, on the sixteenth day following his 80th birthday. At eight o'clock in the evening before he died he was in bouyant spirits, his humor was keen and kindly, as always; his laughter was young. Eight hours later the end came. He was unafraid. "When it (was) time for him to …


Henry Moore Bates, Roscoe Pound Jun 1949

Henry Moore Bates, Roscoe Pound

Michigan Law Review

It has been my uniform practice never to read from a manuscript or use notes when I am speaking to an audience, but in speaking of so old and dear a friend I feel a certain inhibition of emotion that stands in the way of an adequate oral speech. Moreover, when I think of Dean Bates' unswerving adherence to exact, accurate statement, his abhorrence of all exaggeration, of all overstatement, I feel that he would not be satisfied with one who followed the relatively loose method of oral statement instead of adhering to a carefully and meticulously prepared manuscript for …


The Lawyers Club, University Of Michigan Law School May 1949

The Lawyers Club, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

Book serving as a guide to the Lawyers Club.


Legal Education At Michigan, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 1949

Legal Education At Michigan, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

Informational pamphlet for prospective students.


The Department Of Jurisprudence (Academic Year 1948-1949), College Of William & Mary Apr 1949

The Department Of Jurisprudence (Academic Year 1948-1949), College Of William & Mary

Course Information

No abstract provided.


The School Of Law, 1849-1949: A Century Revisited, Ollinger Crenshaw Mar 1949

The School Of Law, 1849-1949: A Century Revisited, Ollinger Crenshaw

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Extension Of Legal Education--A Program Designed To Satisfy Important Needs And Foster Experiments In Integration With The Social Sciences, Reynolds C. Seitz Jan 1949

An Extension Of Legal Education--A Program Designed To Satisfy Important Needs And Foster Experiments In Integration With The Social Sciences, Reynolds C. Seitz

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Lawyers Club 1948-1949, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1949

The Lawyers Club 1948-1949, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications

Book outlining the membership and officers of the Lawyers Club during the 1948-1949 school year.


Val Nolan Receiving Most Outstanding Law Student Award From Dean Horack (Photograph) Jan 1949

Val Nolan Receiving Most Outstanding Law Student Award From Dean Horack (Photograph)

Val Nolan Jr. (1976 Acting; 1980 Acting)

Dean Frank E. Horack presenting Val Nolan Jr. with Most Outstanding Law Student Award with C. Ben Dutton and Jim Noland in 1949.


The President's Page, Leon H. Wallace Jan 1949

The President's Page, Leon H. Wallace

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Book Review. Dession, G. H., Criminal Law, Administration And Public Order, Jerome Hall Jan 1949

Book Review. Dession, G. H., Criminal Law, Administration And Public Order, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


A Pedagogical Discovery Via The Seminar, Jerome Hall Jan 1949

A Pedagogical Discovery Via The Seminar, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The Place And Uses Of Jurisprudence: Introductory Remarks, Jerome Hall Jan 1949

The Place And Uses Of Jurisprudence: Introductory Remarks, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Problems Of The Young Lawyer, Walter P. Armstrong Jr. Jan 1949

Problems Of The Young Lawyer, Walter P. Armstrong Jr.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Education For Professional Responsibility, Michigan Law Review Jan 1949

Education For Professional Responsibility, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of EDUCATION FOR PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Press.