I: GENERAL SUBJECT INDEX

A
acusation, 136
accusatorial procedure, 98-101
acquittal, directed verdict of, 126
Act of Settlement of 1701 (Eng.), 47
activism (see judicial activism)
administering the federal judiciary ( U.S.), 168-70
Administration of Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act of 1933 (Eng.) 104, 107
Administrative Courts, 258, 264-72; England, 264-7; France, 268-72; United States, 265-7
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, 169-70
adversary proceeding, 99-100, 133-7
advisory opinion, 360-61
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938
(U. S.), 334
Alaska Plan, 40
Alien Property Custodian ( U.S.), 160
Alien and Sedition Law ( U.S.), 44, 317
American Bar Association (ABA), 238; Committee on the Federal Judiciary, 28-9
American Bar Center, 340n
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 237
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL -- CIO), 238
American Jewish Congress (AJC), 238, 351n
American Legion, 238
amicus curiae, brief, 232, 236-40
Anglo-American Peace Treaty, 308
appeal, writ of, 175-6
appellant, 134, 175
Appellate Jurisdiction Act of 1876
(Eng.), 256
appellee, 134, 175
apprehension, 136
Argentina, 155
arraignment, 136
assessors, 276
Assize of Clarendon, 106
Assize of Novel Disseisin of 1166 (Eng.), 11
Athenians, 103-4
Attorney General (Eng.), 32n, 251
Attorney General ( U.S.), 27, 30, 164, 195, 201
Australia, 13, 256, 283
Austria, 302-3
avocat,92
avouet,92

B
Babylonia, 5n
barristers (Eng.), 32, 87-91; junior barrister, 89; Queen's Counsel, 89; "Silks," 89
"benchers," 91
Bill of Rights ( U.S.), 142, 147, 158, 208, 222, 337, 378
Black's Law Dictionary, 21
Board of General Appraisers ( U.S.), 154
Board of Review ( U.S.), 148-9
Brazil, 283
briefs, 192, 232

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