Item Details

History of the Supreme Court of North Carolina and Other Essays

by Chief Justice Walter Clark
Format
Book
Published
1903-1919.
Language
English
Contents
  • History of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
  • Old foes with new faces : address ... before the Bar Association of Virginia at Hot Springs, Va., 25 August, 1903
  • Centennial of the Supreme Court of North Carolina : response to addresses, 4 January, 1919
  • Address to the law class at the University of North Carolina, 31 January, 1919 ; also, Infallible government by the odd man (American law review) ; Making the word of none effect by their traditions (reprinted from The Public) ; Judicial supremacy without warrant in the Constitution (reprinted from The Public)
  • Government by judges : address delivered at Cooper Union, in New York City on January 27, 1914
  • Some myths of the law.
Description
6 pts. in 1 v. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Cover title.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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