Journal of Legal Education, Volume 10
Association of American Law Schools, 1958 - Law
This publication addresses issues confronting legal educators, including curriculum development and legal scholarship.
68 pages matching United in this book
Results 1-3 of 68
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Natural and Positive Law as Viewed from General Value Theory
Andrea Dorias Contribution to the Teaching of Admiralty
New Approaches in the Teaching of Collective Bargaining
13 other sections not shown
administrative law American law analysis approach attorney at law authors bad-check basic behavior casebook committee common law concept conflict of laws court curriculum Dean decisions degree discussion economic edition effective English equity exclusionary rule experience fact faculty field Georgetown University Harvard Harvard Law School individual institutions interest international law involved judge judicial jurisprudence jury Justice L.Ed Labor Law law librarian law school law students lawyers legal education legal history legal order legislative logical materials matter means ment method moral objective obscenity opinion political science practice present problems procedure professional Professor Beutel psychology purpose questions relations role rules seminar social society Southern Methodist University statute statutory substantial Sup.Ct supra note teaching techniques theory tion torts trial United University of Wisconsin versity Yale University York University