Previously Published Symposia

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Previously Published Symposia


The following is a chronological list of topics on which Law and Contemporary Problems' has published a symposium. A ([dagger]) following a title indicates that the symposium was published in two parts that must be ordered separately.

Vol:No.     Title

1:1         Protection for the Consumer of Food
            and Drugs (1933)
1:2         Low-Cost Housing and Slum
            Clearance (19341
1:3         Agriculture Adjustment in the South
            (1934)
1:4         Federal Powers over Crime (1934)
2:1         Wage Earners Life Insurance (1935)
2:2         Installment Selling (1935)
2:3         Migratory Divorce (19351
2:4         Expert Testimony (1935)
3:1         Unemployment Compensation (1936)
3:2         Old Age Security and Welfare Titles
            of the Social Security Act (1936)
3:3         Collection of Real Property Taxes
            (1936)
3:4         Financial Protection for the Motor
            Accident Victim (1936)
4:1         Securities Act ([dagger]) (1937)
4:2         Securities Act ([dagger]) (1937)
4:3         Price Discrimination and Price Cutting
            (1937)
4:4         Farm Tenancy Legislation (1937)
5:1         "'Unauthorized Practice of Law"
            Controversy (1938)
5:2         Collective Bargaining under the
            Wagner Act (1938)
5:3         Investment of Trust Funds (1938)
5:4         Home Financing (1938)
6:1         Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Legislation
            (1939)
6:2         Alimony (1939)
6:3         Wage and Hour Law (19391
6:4         Medical Care (1930)
7:1         Sherman Antitrust Act and Its
            Enforcement (1940)
7:2         Federal Income and Estate Taxation
            (1940)
7:3         Railroad Reorganization (1940)
7:4         Alcoholic Beverage Control (1940)
8:1         Combating the Loan Shark (1941)
8:2         Government Marketing Barriers
            (1941)
8:3         Consumption Taxes (1941)
8:4         Hemispheric Trade (1941)
9:1         Emergency Price Control Act (1942)
9:2         Government Tort Liability (1942)
9:3         Labor in Wartime (1942)
9:4         Correction of Youthful Offenders
            (1942)
10:1        Excess Profits Taxation (19431
10:2        War Contract Renegotiation (1943)
10:3        War Contract Termination ([dagger]) (1944)
10:4        War Contract Termination ([dagger]) (1944)
10:5        Children of Divorced Parents (1944)
11:1        Enemy Property (1945)
11:2        Financing Small Business (1945)
11:3        Aviation Transport (1946)
11:4        International Trade Barriers (1946)
12:1        Housing (1947)
12:2        Labor Dispute Settlement (1947)
12:3        Interterritorial Freight Rates (1947)
12:4        Patent System ([dagger]) (1947)
13:1        Federal Courts (1948)
13:2        Patent System ([dagger]) (1948)
13:3        Cooperatives (1948)
13:4        Secured Commercial Financing (1948)
14:1        Religion and the State (1949)
14:2        Trade-Marks in Transition (1949)
14:3        International Human Rights ([dagger]) (1949)
14:4        International Human Rights ([dagger]) (1949)
15:1        Air Cargo (1950)
15:2        Delivered Pricing (1950)
15:3        Private Insurance (1950)
15:4        Regulation of Insurance (1950)
16:1        Commercial Code ([dagger]) (1951)
16:2        Commercial Code ([dagger]) (1951)
16:3        War Claims (1951)
16:4        Nationalization of British Industries
            (1951)
17:1        Institutional Investments (1952)
17:2        Legislative Reapportionment (1952)
17:3        Commercial Arbitration ([dagger]) (1952)
17:4        Commercial Arbitration ([dagger]) (1952)
18:1        Divorce: A Re-examination of Basic
            Concepts (1953)
18:2        Federal Employers' Liability Act ([dagger])
            (1953)
18:3        Federal Employers' Liability Act ([dagger])
            (1953)
18:4        Close Corporation (1953)
19:1        Loan Shark Problem Today (1954)
19:2        Literary and Artistic Products and
            Copyright Problems (1954)
19:3        Regulation of Natural Gas (1954)
19:4        Price Control in the Cold War (1954)
20:1        School Pupils and the Law (1955)
20:2        Land Planning in a Democracy (1955)
20:3        Urban Housing and Planning (1955)
20:4        Obscenity and the Arts (1955)
21:1        Atomic Power Development (1956)
21:2        Immigration (1956)
21:3        Preventive Law of Conflicts (1956)
21:4        Presidential Office (1956)
22:1        Narcotics (1957)
22:2        River Basin Development (1957)
22:3        Water Resources (1957)
22:4        Radio and Television ([dagger]) (1957)
23:1        Radio and Television ([dagger]) (1958)
23:2        New Look in Corporation Law (1958)
23:3        Sentencing (1958)
23:4        Crime and Correction (1958)
24:1        Small Business (1959)
24:2        State Trading ([dagger]) (1959)
24:3        State Trading ([dagger]) (1959)
24:4        Transportation ([dagger]) (1959)
25:1        Transportation ([dagger]) (1960)
25:2        Sex Offenses (1960)
25:3        Population Control (1960)
25:4        Urban Renewal ([dagger]) (1960)
26:1        Urban Renewal ([dagger]) (1961)
26:2        Administrative Regulation (1961)
26:3        European Regional Communities
            (1961)
26:4        Public Authorities (1961)
27:1        Problems of the Aging (1962)
27:2        Electoral Process ([dagger]) (1962)
27:3        Electoral Process ([dagger]) (1962)
27:4        African Law (1962)
28:1        Jurimetrics (1963)
28:2        International Commodity Agreements
            (1963)
28:3        Academic Freedom (1963)
28:4        New Trends in the Conflict of Laws
            (1963)
29:1        Government Contracts ([dagger]) (1964)
29:2        Government Contracts ([dagger]) (1964)
29:3        Securities Regulation (1964)
29:4        Soviet Impact on International Law
            (1964)
30:1        Urban Problems and Prospects (1965)
30:2        Unification of Law (1965)
30:3        Antitrust Laws and Single-Firm
            Conduct (1965)
30:4        Uniformity in Financial Accounting
            (1965)
31:1        Antipoverty Programs (1966)
31:2        Privacy (1966)
31:3        International Control of Propaganda
            (1966)
31:4        Banking ([dagger]) (1966)
32:1        Banking ([dagger]) (1966)
32:2        Housing: Perspectives and Problems
            (1967)
32:3        Housing: The Federal Role (1967)
32:4        Medical Progress and the Law (1967)
33:1        Middle East Crisis: Test of
            International Law (1968)
33:2        Air Pollution Control (1968)
33:3        Safety (1968)
33:4        Consumer Credit Reform (1968)
34:1        Trans-Atlantic Investment (1969)
34:2        Communications ([dagger]) (1969)
34:3        Communications ([dagger]) (1969)
34:4        Tax Simplification and Tax Reform
            (1969)
35:1        Judicial Ethics (1970)
35:2        Health Care ([dagger]) (1970)
35:3        Institutionalized Presidency (1970)
35:4        Health Care ([dagger]) (1970)
36:1        Community Economic Development ([dagger])
            (1971)
36:2        Community Economic Development ([dagger])
            (1971)
36:3        Historic Preservation (1971)
36:4        Police Practices (1971)
37:1        Administrative Discretion (1972)
37:2        Expansion of the Common Market
            (1972)
37:3        East-West Trade ([dagger]) (1972)
37:4        East-West Trade ([dagger]) (1972)
38:1        Athletics (1973)
38:2        Trade with China (1973)
38:3        Future Directions for School Finance
            Reform (1974)
38:4        Occupational Safety and Health
            (1974)
39:1        Courts. … 

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