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    • Comment: The Propriety of the Grand Jury Report 

      Edgar, J. Hadley (Texas Law Review, 1956)
      Professor Edgar, then a student, published his law review comment that analyzes the grand jury report, procedural devices to attack the report, and views of the grand jury report.
    • The Constitutionality of Sabbatarian Exemptions 

      Loewy, Arnold H. (Boston University Law Review, 1963)
      On May 29, 1961, the Supreme Court in Gallagher v. Crown Kosher Super Market, and three companion cases, sustained the constitutionality of the Massachusetts Sunday Closing Laws. In so doing, it rejected the claim that the ...
    • The Military "Search Warrant" 

      Larkin, Murl A. (American University Law Review, 1966)
      Although it may be arguable that the guarantee of the Fourth Amendment to the federal constitution that people shall be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures is not a limitation upon the power granted to Congress ...
    • The Supreme Court Revisits Palko v. Connecticut 

      Loewy, Arnold H. (1966)
      On April 4, 1966, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Cichos v. Indiana to consider the following questions: 1. Is the Fifth Amendment’s protection against double jeopardy of such basic characteristic in law as to be ...
    • After-Acquired Title in Texas: Part Two 

      Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
      The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. Professor ...
    • After-Acquired Title in Texas: Part One 

      Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
      The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. The problem ...
    • Upgrading and In-Service Training for the Judiciary 

      Smith, Justin C. (Insurance Counsel Journal, 1967)
      Professor Smith highlights the evolution of continuing judicial education and its impact on legal education in the U.S.
    • The Old Order Changeth – But for Whom? 

      Loewy, Arnold H. (1967)
      In this article discussing the prospective, partially prospective, and retroactive application of new criminal procedure rules, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the various constitutional implications of applying new ...
    • Casenote, Constitutional Rights of Majority Not Violated by Action of Commissioner of Education to Reduce Racial Imbalance 

      Bohling, William B. (Utah Law Review, 1967)
      Professor Bohling reviews the holding and significance of Olson v. Board of Educ., 250 F. Supp. 1000 (E.D.N.Y.), appeal dismissed on other grounds, 367 F.2d 565 (2d Cir. 1966).
    • Implied Warranties in Leases: The Need for Change 

      Skillern, Frank F. (Denver Law Journal, 1967)
      “Caveat emptor” as it is applied to leases under which the lessee may use the demised premises for an express purpose is the focal point of this article. The rule denies the lessee relief, either as a defense or as a cause ...
    • Introduction to Symposium on the Individual and the Law 

      Skillern, Frank F. (Denver Law Journal, 1967)
      Professor Skillern introduces the Denver University Sturm College of Law Symposium on Selected Problems on Law and the Individual. The Symposium articles discuss specific areas of law from the perspective of individuals ...
    • Use, Misuse, and Reuse of the Jury 

      Amandes, Richard B. (Insurance Counsel Journal, 1967)
      Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses how proper interaction with a jury, beginning with the jury summons process, can lead to more favorable verdicts. To do so, Dean Amandes uses ...
    • Free Speech: The "Missing Link" in the Law of Obscenity 

      Loewy, Arnold H. (Journal of Public Law, 1967)
      Q: Aren’t you glad that the Supreme Court has recognized that obscenity is not speech within the meaning of the first amendment and as such is not constitutionally protected? A: I most certainly am not! It seems to me ...
    • Sex Publication and Moral Corruption 

      Elias, Erwin A. (William & Mary Law Review, 1967)
      “The danger of influencing a change in the current moral standards of the community, or of shocking or offending readers, or of stimulating sex thoughts or desires apart from objective conduct, can never justify the losses ...
    • Recent Developments in Bankruptcy 

      Bateman, Hal M. (Missouri Law Review, 1967)
      Although bankruptcy deals primarily with the interpretation and application of the Bankruptcy Act, which was enacted in 1898, significant new developments continue to occur which are of importance both to the bankruptcy ...
    • Review of The Comparative International Almanac 

      Olm, Jane G. (Law Library Journal, 1968)
      Professor Olm reviews Morris L. Ernst’s and Judith A. Posner’s almanac that relates the data of other nations to areas the read is more familiar with.
    • Comment, State Preemption and the Exercise of Municipal General Welfare Powers : A City's Anti-Prostitution Ordinance 

      Bohling, William B. (Utah Law Review, 1968)
      Utah Supreme Court Review -1967 will offer critical analyses of recent noteworthy cases. Prior to this issue, the Utah Law Review annually has surveyed decisions rendered by noting significant developments within a topical ...
    • Review of A Report on the Consumer Survey of New Serial Titles Made for the Joint Committee on the Union List of Serials, Inc., and the Library of Congress 

      Olm, Jane G. (Law Library Journal, 1968)
      Professor Olm reviews A.F. Kuhlman’s A Report on the Consumer Survey of New Serial Titles Made for the Joint Committee on The Union List of Serials, Inc., and the Library of Congress. [n.p.] 1967. Pp. vii, 84.
    • Post-Bankruptcy Transfers: An Old Problem in Need of a New Solution 

      Bateman, Hal M. (Cornell Law Review, 1968)
      In a perfect world, a notice of bankruptcy would reach each creditor instantaneously and prevent any further disposition of the debtor’s assets. Unfortunately, we do not live in a perfect world and instead Congress has ...
    • Annual Survey of Wills and Trusts 

      Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1968)
      This Article is intended to survey cases in the wills and trusts area decided by the Texas courts since the last Annual Survey issue, and covers cases appearing in volumes 406 through 417 of the South Western Reporter, ...