Logic and Experience: The Origin of Modern American Legal Education

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Index
Abatement, 43
Abbot, Edwin H., 20-21
Abbott, Austin, on case method, 108
Academy of Political Science, 217n68
Account, 68, 73
Adams, Charles F., Jr., on political corruption, 84-85
Adams, Charles K., 149
Adams, John, 42, 44, 46-47, 181n77
on genius, 178n4
on pleading, 40
Agency
O. Holmes, Jr. on, 165
treatise on, 112
Albany Law Journal, 81, 84, 132
Albany Law School, 31
Alexander, Lucien H., 158
Alienation of property, restraints on, 126-28
Allegheny Bar Association, 105
American Academy of Jurisprudence, 159
American Association of Law Schools, 148, 151, 160, 162-64, 211n51
American Banana Co. v. United Fruit Co. ( 1908), 117
American Bar Association, 93, 105, 108, 135, 137, 140, 142, 148, 152-54, 156, 158-60, 162-64
Committee on Legal Education, 136, 138
American Enlightenment, 33
American Jurist, 33, 35, 37, 49
American Law Institute, 6, 157-59, 164, 166-68
function of, 161-62
American Law Register, 74-75
American Law Review, 9, 105-6, 110- 12, 115-17, 119
on case method, 27
American Social Science Association, 77, 107, 137
Ames, James B., 3, 15-18, 20, 22, 89, 100, 128, 130, 157, 165
assessment of case method, 28
case method and, 134-35
on case method, 103, 150-51
on equity, morality of, 129
on law, as utilitarian, 129
Andrews, James D., 158-59
Anti-semitism, 86, 163
Arnold, John H., 173n30
Assault, 114
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 83, 87, 135, 139
founding of, 85
reform goals of, 85
Assumpsit, 61, 64-67, 72, 74
Atiyah, P. S., on contract, 62, 76
Atlantic Monthly, 7
Attorneyism, 98
Austin, John, 4, 157
analytical jurisprudence of, 138-39
compared to C. C. Langdell, 76-77
concept of law as command, 116, 118
concept of sovereignty, 78, 116-18, 124-25, 153
influence on C. C. Langdell, 77, 116
influence on O. Holmes, Jr., 116
law as command of the sovereign, 141
legal science and, 76-77
on contracts, 77-78
on jurisprudence, 125-26
writings on jurisprudence, 78
Austinianism, 122, 138, 142
influence on Harvard Law School, 129
Austinian positivism, 123-25, 129, 152
Bacon, Sir Francis (Lord Verulam), 29, 112, 180n57
writings of, 43

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Harvard's Transformation 7
  • 3 - Antebellum Legal Education 29
  • 4 - Case Method and Legal Science 55
  • 5 - Harvard and the Legal World 79
  • 6 - A New Legal Science 110
  • 7 - Opposition 132
  • 8 - Reconciliation 148
  • Epilogue 168
  • Notes 171
  • Bibliography 221
  • Index 243
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