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" This growth is to be traced in the main through a series of cases; and much the shortest and best, if not the only way of mastering the doctrine effectually is by studying the cases in which it is embodied. "
The Centennial History of the Harvard Law School, 1817-1917 - Σελίδα 231
1918 - 412 σελίδες
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Τόμος 34

1887
...other words, it is a growth, extending in many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced through a series of cases; and much the shortest and...is by studying the cases in which it is embodied." In his lecture Professor Finch states: "During my stay in Boston last spring men engaged in legal practice...

An Epitome and Analysis of Savigny's Treatise on Obligations in Roman Law

Archibald Brown - 1872 - 150 σελίδες
...Harvard University. " Law, considered as a science, consists of certain principles or doctrines. . . The shortest and best, if not the only way of mastering the doctrines effectually, is by studying the cases in which they are embodied." — Extract from Author's...

The Principles of Equity: Intended for the Use of Students and the Profession

Edmund Henry Turner Snell - 1872 - 583 σελίδες
...Harvard University. " Law, considered as a science, consists of certain principles or doctrines. . . The shortest and best, if not the only way of mastering the doctrines effectually, is by studying the cases in which they are embodied."—Extract from Author's...

The American Law Register, Τόμος 55

1907
...degrees; in other words, it is a growth; extending in many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced in the main through a series of cases; and...cases in which it is embodied. But the cases which are useful1 and necessary for this purpose at the present day bear an exceedingly small proportion to all...

The Central Law Journal, Τόμος 66

1908
...mastering legal doctrine was by studying the cases in which it is embodied. 'Hut,' he add?, 'tlit c'«:-cs which are useful and necessary for this purpose at...exceedingly small proportion to all that have been rq>orted. The vast proportion are useless, and worse than useless, for any pur; ' se of systematic...

Social Case Workers and Better Industrial Conditions, Τεύχος 50

Shelby Millard Harrison - 1918 - 23 σελίδες
...earnest student of law. Each of these doctrines has arrived at its present state by slow degrees . . . and much the shortest and best, if not the only way...exceedingly small proportion to all that have been reported. . . . Moreover, the number of fundamental legal doctrines is much less than is commonly supposed; the...

Law School: Legal Education in America from the 1850s to the 1980s

Robert Bocking Stevens - 2001 - 334 σελίδες
...ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true lawyer . . . and the shortest and the best, if not the only way of mastering the doctrine...is by studying the cases in which it is embodied. . . . Moreover, the number of legal doctrines is much less than is commonly supposed."16 Although Langdell...
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Case and Comment, Τόμος 26

1920
...degrees; in other words, it is a growth, extending in many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced in the main through a series of cases; and...is by studying the cases in which it is embodied. Bnt the cases which are useful and necessary for this purpose at the present day bear an exceedingly...

Professional Education in the United States: Experiential Learning, Issues ...

Solomon Hoberman, Sidney Mailick - 1994 - 222 σελίδες
...ever-tangled skein of human affairs is what constitutes a true lawyer," and that "the shortest and the best, if not the only way of mastering the doctrine...is by studying the cases in which it is embodied." The theory espoused by Langdell was that the legal system was composed of a logically consistent set...
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The "True Professional Ideal" in America: A History

Bruce A. Kimball - 1995 - 429 σελίδες
...present state by slow degrees; in other words, it is a growth, extending ... through centuries ... [T]he shortest and best, if not the only way of mastering...effectually is by studying the cases in which it is embodied . . . Moreover, the number of fundamental legal doctrines is much less than is commonly supposed It...
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