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Publications from 1971

Legal Aspects of Environmental Preservation and Control, Julian C. Juergensmeyer and Harry Laughran

The Author's Status in the United Kingdom and France: Common Law and the Moral Right Doctrine, Charles A. Marvin

Bankruptcy: Problem, Process, Reform, David T. Stanley and Marjorie L. Girth

Publications from 1970

Le Systeme Juridique Americain et La Lutte Contre La Pollution De L'environnement, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Publications from 1969

Model Wage Earner Receivership Statute, William A. Gregory and Michael F. Connell

Publications from 1968

Tenants' Remedies in the District of Columbia: New Hope for Reform, James L. Bross

Note, Criminal Law - Statutory Offenses - Vagrancy Laws Invalid as Too Vague and as Improper Exercise of Police Power, Mark E. Budnitz

Criminal Law - Cruel and Unusual Punishment - Juveniles - Waiver - Sentencing - Workman v. Commonwealth, 429 S.W. 2d 374 (Ky. 1968), George J. Carey

Legislation to Preserve and Control Open Space Land, William A. Gregory and Diane G. Vanwyck

Book Review, The River Basin in History & Law, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 71A (h) Land Commission: The First Fifteen Years, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

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Air Pollution Control in Indiana in 1968: A Comment, Anita L. Morse and Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Publications from 1967

Book Review, How to Avoid Probate, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Control of Air Pollution Through the Assertion of Private Rights, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Statutory Construction - Effect of an Invalid Amendment on a Prior Statute, Elton Ray Lanier

Publications from 1964

African Presidentialism: A Comparison of the 'Executive' under Constitutions of the Federation of Nigeria, the Federal Republics of the Congo and Cameroon, and the Republics of Ghana, Chad, Congo, and the Entente, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Publications from 1963

International Joint Venture Corporations: Drafting of Control Arrangements, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

Publications from 1962

International Law: The Waiver of Sovereign Immunity, Julian C. Juergensmeyer

World Law, the Lawless Case, Julian C. Juergensmeyer