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The New Philosophies of Law
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Notes and References
This item contains 12 references.
1Cases on Torts, preface pages, viii-ix
2Cases on Torts, preface pages, ix
3Dos Passos, The American Lawyer, 168
4The Future of the Common Law, 13 COL. L. REV. 595, 603.
5Fowler, The Future of the Common Law, 13COL. L. REV. 595, 605.
6Laws and Jurisprudence of England and America, 18
7Buckland, Equity in Roman Law, 135
8This reference contains 2 citations:
- 8COL. L. REV. 605.
- The Scope and Purpose of Sociologi- cal Jurisprudence, 25 HARV. L. REV. 489, 516.
9This reference contains 2 citations:
- Legislation as a Social Function, Proc. of the Amer. Sociological Soc., VII, 148, 155
- The Philosophy of Law in America, Archiv fur Rechts- und Wirthschaftsphilo- sophie, VII, 385, 397
10Tyler, Letters and Times of the Tylers, I, 265
11This reference contains 2 citations:
- O'Brien, J., in People v. Coler, 166 N. Y. 1, 14
- Mr. Justice Holmes in the dissenting opinion in Lochner v. N. Y., 198 U. S. 45, 75.
12Kohler, Lehrbuch der Rechtsphilosophie, § 24