« PreviousContinue »
PUBLISHED NOVEMBER TO JUNE BY
66 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK
85 CENTS PER NUMBER.
BACK NUMBERS 50 CENTS
Entered at the New York P. O. as second-class matter
Copyright 1907 by the Trustees of the COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW
READY IN THE HORNBOOK SERIES:
A NEW EDITION OF
CLARK ON CORPORATIONS
Edited by F. B. TIFFANY
Revised and re-written wherever necessary
BOUND IN AMERICAN LAW BUCKRAM
OWEN'S LAW QUIZZER
In preparing the Third Edition of this
2,925 Questions and Answers.
Bound in American Law Buckram. $4.00 delivered
WEST PUBLISHING CO., St. Paul, Minn.
An up-to-date book for Law Students in all the States
HAIGHT'S QUESTIONS and ANSWERS
For Bar Examination Review.
A new and thoroughly up-to-date book for the use of Law Students in all the States in preparing, for Bar or Law School Examinations.
By CHARLES S. HAIGHT, M.A. (Yale), LL.B. (Haryard),
of the New York Bar,
of the Connecticut Bar.
In this work the authors, it is believed, have met the needs of law students in a more thorough and satisfactory way than has ever been done before.
In many of the previous books, old examination papers have been largely relied upon in choosing the questions to be treated, and in some cases that plan has been so far followed that only questions have been discussed which have actually been put by some examining board. The result of such a system was that all of the principles of the law upon which former examiners had not touched, were entirely ignored, and the book was practically useless if a new board of examiners saw fit to prepare new questions.
In the present work, however, such a plan has been carefully avoided, and the different subjects of the law have been treated in the same logical way for review that they would originally be studied by the student.
By this method of treatment the whole ground has been covered, and the book has thus been made as valuable for use in one State as another, and students of any law school may use the book with equal advantage, no matter at what bar they are seeking admission.
A radical change has also been made in the form of questions asked, and the present book is the only one of the kind which requires the application of legal principles to a statement of facts given in the question. The work thus meets the requirements of students, in view of the marked change, in this respect, in the nature of the questions now asked by bar examiners.
The book will also be found of great assistance to law students in preparing for their Law School Examinations. The book covers all the subjects embraced in a full law course, and
also be used to advantage by lawyers as a book for speedy reference, and will be especially useful to those who have but limited use of a library. As far as such a thing is possibie, it is a pocket encyclopaedia of legal principles and leading cases.
HAIGHT'S QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS is an octavo volume of 552 pages, handsomely bound in law canvas. Price $3.75 Net, but delivered to any address on receipt of the price.
BAKER, VOORHIS & CO., Law Publishers, (For Sale by all Law Booksellers.) 47 and 49 Liberty St., NEW YORK.
Kindly mention the REVIEW.
Law School of Columbia University
43 CEDAR ST. Standing Committee John B.Pine, '77
Lucius H. Beers, '83 George W. KIRCHWEY (Prof.)
HERBERT L. SATTERLEE, '85 John A. GARVER, '77
John V. BOUVIER, Jr., '88 CHARLES C. MARSHALL, '82
HAROLD G. VILLARD, '94
RICHMOND Weed, '97
H. A. CUSHING, 'or
Committee on Law Clerkships
Lucius H. Beers, '83, Chairman,
The Alumni Association has opened an office at No. 43 Cedar St., Room 806, for the purpose of furnishing to graduates of the Law School information as to the law offices needing clerical or other legal assistance. If graduates desiring clerkships or other positions will signify their wants to the Secretary, the Committee will endeavor to place them in communication with offices needing them.
Membership All graduates of the Law School and all persons who have been students in the Law School for not less than one year, whose classes have graduated, and all present and former officers of the Law School are eligible to active membership, and may be elected to such membership by the Standing Committee.
The annual dues are two dollars. Communications should be addressed to the Secretary, FREDERIC WHITE SHEPARD, 43 Cedar Street.
Kindly mention The Review.
DIRECTORY OF LAW BOOKS Advertisements of books will be inserted in this directory for $5 per year for five lines. For three or more books, the rate will be $4 apiece; extra lines at $1 each; single insertions, $1 in cash.
Bar Examinations (New York) and Coursos of Law Study. Containing the statutes and rules of
court regulating admission to the bar in New York, with forms and special instructions how to take the bar examinations, and eight complete question papers (400 questions) with the answers thereto; also courses of study for law clerks. By Franklin M. Danaher. Publishers, J. B. Lyon Co., Albany, N. Y. I vol., 8vo, canvas, pp. 325, 2d ed., $4.00 delivered.
Code Pleading, Select Cases on. Being a selection of the best authorities on the New Procedure in
Pleading, with Notes. Second Edition. By Austin Abbott, LL.D. Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. I vol., 8vo, pp. xxiii, 714, sheep, $5.00.
Columbia Law Review. Vols. I, II, III, IV, V, and VI, bound in canvas, sheep or calf, at $4.00 $4.25 or
$5.00 per vol. respectively. These should be in every law library, containing, as they do, articles by eminent jurists on the leading legal questions of the day, intelligent discussion and criticism of current decisions on interesting points of law, and able reviews, by prominent legal thinkers, of the latest law books.
Common Law Orders, Verdicts and Judgments. By John H. Best. Successive steps from præcipe
to judgment and then on to Court of Last Resort. I vol. $5.00. Fiske & Company, Springfield, Illinois.
Contracts, A Selection of Cases on the Law of. Designed to furnish the student with a collection
of cases developing the fundamental principles involved in the formation, performance, and discharge of simple contracts and contracts under seal. By Ex-Judge William A. Keener, late Dean of Columbia University College of Law. Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xxii, 1829; law canvas, $8.00 net. In use as a text book at Columbia, Northwestern, University of Wisconsin, Leland Stanford, Jr., University of Maine, and other law schools.
Corporations, Private. A Selection of Cases on the Law of. By Ex-Judge William A. Keener,
late Dean of Columbia University College of Law. Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. XXV, 1975, law canvas, $8.00 net. In use as a text book at Columbia University, University of Maine, and other law schools.
Domestic Relations and the Law of Persons, Cases on. Second Edition, Enlarged. By Edwin H.
Woodruff, Professor at Cornell University. Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. 8vo, pp. xviii, 624. Price, law canvas, $3.50 net. Used as a text book at the law schools of Cornell University, University of Michigan, University of Kansas, University of Tennessee, University of Colorado, Stanford University and Nebraska State University, and other law schools.
Equity Jurisdiction, Cases on. By Ex-Judge William A. Keener, late Dean of Columbia University
School of Law. Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. 3 vols., 8vo, law canvas. Vol. I, pp. x, 885; vol. II, xi, 1260; vol. III, pp. ix, 1028; $5.00 net per volume. Used at Columbia University, University of Nebraska, Chicago University, Northwestern, Cincinnati, Leland Stanford, Jr., University of Pennsylvania, and other law schools.
Insurance, Cases on the Law of. By Edwin H. Woodruff, Professor of Law at Cornell University.
Publishers, Baker, Voorhis & Co., New York. I vol., 8vo, pp. xiii, 592, law canvas, $4.00 net. In use at Cornell, New York University, University of Missouri, Iowa State University and other law schools.
(Continued on p. 5) Kindly mention the RBVIBV .