ESSAYS ON PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE
Item #: 60761
Pages: xxix, 288 pp.
Printed: Nashville, Vanderbilt University Press; 1961. Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: BIOGRAPHY/WRITINGS ON LEGAL MINDS, LAW REFORM
"Essays prepared as a tribute to Edmund M. Morgan bydistinguished authorities on procedure and evidence.Excellent." - A.A.L.S. Law Books Recommended, List 17, page3. "This book is dedicated to a man who has devoted hislife to adjective law reform, Professor "Eddie" Morgan.Happily, the volume contains an article by Professor Morgan,for, as the editors state: 'no symposium in the fields ofevidence and procedure could pretend to be complete withouthim.'...The major portion of the volume, however, is devotednot to praise but to progess. In keeping with the characterof Professor Morgan, the book addresses itself to theproblems of the present and lays firm foundation for futurereform." - 37 Tul. L. Rev. 875-876 (1962-1963)
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