Family, Marriage, and Parenthood

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are totaled and a balance struck. The winner is the party in whose favor the balance appears. It is this balance which we call justice according to law.
SELECTED READINGS
"Legal Aid Work," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 124 ( March, 1926).
-----, "Law and Social Welfare," 145 ( Sept., 1929).
-----, Frontiers of Legal Aid Work," 205 ( Sept., 1939).
BRADWAY JOHN S., Law and Social Work ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1935).
BRECKENBRIDGE SOPHONISBA P., The Family and the State ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934).
-----, Social Work and the Courts ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934).
BROWN ESTHER LUCILLE, Lawyers and the. Promotion of Justice ( New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1938).
CLARKE HELEN I., Social Legislation ( New York: Appleton-Century, 1940).
GOLDSTEIN JONAH J., The Family in Court ( New York: Clark Boardman, 1934).
KOEGEL OTTO E., Common Law Marriage and Its Development in the United States ( Washington: Byrne, 1936).
"Alimony," Law and Contemporary Problems, 6 (Spring, 1939).
-----, "Children of Divorced Parents," 10 (Summer, 1944).
MADDEN JOSEPHINE, A Handbook of the Law of Persons and Domestic Relations ( Minneapolis: West, 1931).
MAGUIRE JOHN M., The Lance of Justice ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1938).
MAY GEOFFREY, Marriage Laws and Decisions in the United States ( New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1928).
SMITH R. H., and BRADWAY J. S., "Growth of Legal Aid Work in the United States," U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bul. 607.
VERNIER CHESTER. G, American Family Laws ( 5 vols., Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1931- 1938).

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION OR REPORTS
1. Discuss the work of the clerk in the marriage license bureau with him and report your findings to the class.
2. Write a paper on the subject, "The Legal Concept in Marriage Is in the Field of Status."
3. Write a paper on the subject, "How Much Law Should a Marriage Counselor Know?"
4. Make a study of the nearest Gretna Green and report on the devices employed to encourage hasty marriage.
5. Visit courts which handle domestic problems and report on the cases cared for.
6. Make an analysis of court procedure in the juvenile court.

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