Philadelphia : [publisher not identified], 1942-51.
3 volumes ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
v.1. Address of Roscoe Pound, delivered March 14, 1942. - Frank, J.N. Place of the expert in a democratic society. May 17, 1944. - Maurois, André. The role of art in life and law. Feb. 7, 1945. - Winkelman, B.F. James Gay Gordon and his times. - Address of William O. Douglas, Nov. 21, 1945. - Hudson, M.O. Law of nation as in court. Jan. 3, 1946. - Hamilton, W.H. On the composition of the corporate veil. March 21, 1946. - Howe, M. de Wolfe. O.W. Holmes, Jr., counsellor-at-law. Oct 20, 1947. - Ernst, M.L. Justice Brandeis' five points. Oct. 9, 1946. - Mason, A.T. Variations on the liberal theme; Mr. Justice Brandeis. April 3, 1947. v.2. Maritain, Jacques. The meaning of human rights. Feb. 21, 1949. - Morgan, E.M. Presumptions: their nature, purpose and reason. April 21, 1949. - Basdevant, Jules. Peace through international adjudication? Nov. 8, 1949. - Maurois, André. Can our civilization be saved? Dec. 10, 1948. - Corwin, E.S. Our constitutional re...