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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Future of the common law.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1937
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roscoe Pound; Harvard Law School.
|Notes:||"The Harvard law school 'Conference on the Future of the Common Law' was held in ... Cambridge, on August 19-21, 1936, as one of the symposia which formed part of the celebration of the Tercentenary of the founding of Harvard College"--Preface.|
|Description:||x, 247,  pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||What is the common law? / by Roscoe Pound --
The common law and the civil law in the British Commonwealth of Nations / by Sir M.S. Amos. Remarks / by J.H. Wigmore and W.C. Van Vleck --
The common law in its old home / by Lord Wright of Durley --
The common law in the United States / by H.F. Stone. Remarks / by O.W. Branch, W.D. Lewis and H.F. Goodrich --
The common law in Canada / by H.H. Davis --
The common law in Ireland / by Henry Hanna. Remarks / by W.E. Treanor and H.U. Sims --
The spirit of the common law / by F.E. Crane --
Appendix: The greeting from the Association of Legal Science of the Keiogijuku University, of Tokyo, Japan, is here reproduced.
|Series Title:||Harvard tercentenary publications.; Harvard tercentenary publications, 3.|