14 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1928-1929)

handle is hein.barjournals/malr0014 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME XIV.

Massachusetts
Law Quarterly
NOVEMBER, 1928 (and Supplement)
CO-NTENTS
PAGE
MR. JUSTICE WASBERVOGEL'S REPORT IN THE JUDICIAL INVESTIGATION OF
AMBULANCE CHASING IN NEW YORK .....        ........... 1
REPORT OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON BILL TO ELIMINATE DIVERSITY
OF CITIZENSHIP AS A GROUND OF JURISDICTION OF THE FEDERAL COURTS 33
(From the United States Daily)
COMMENT ..........................                          37
NEWS AS TO THE BILL TO RESTRICT THE POWER OF FEDERAL COURTS TO
ISSUE INJUNCTIONS ........................                    39
(From the  United States Daily)
PROPOSED BILL TO REQUIRE FEDERAL JUDGES TO DECIDE CASES WITHIN
FIVE MONTHS                ....................              42
(From the United States Daily)
SHOULD A JUDGE CHARGING A JURY BE ALLOWED TO COMMENT ON THE
EVIDENCE? A DISCUSSION REPRINTED FROM THE Boston Traveler,
BY ALBERT HURWITZ, WILLIAM M. BLATT, FRANCIS J. CARNEY AND
JOSEPH J. DONAHUE ....       ....... .....      .......... 44
PROVINCE OF THE JUDGE IN JURY TRIALS . . . Kenneth M. Johnson 48
(From the Journal of the American Judicature Society)
NOTE .......          ...........     ............. . ...54
MORE ABOUT MORTGAGES AND PADLOCK LAWS ..       John V. Spalding  56
Wilmot R. Evans 59
THE ADMISSION OF BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN ENGLAND,
Hollis R. Bailey 60
LEGAL PORTRAITS IN THE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL ..  .........        72
CONTENTS OF SUPPLEMENT TO THIS NUMBER
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF CENSORS TO THE LAW ASSOCIATION OF
PHILADELPHIA ON CONTINGENT FEE ACCIDENT LITIGATION WITH
INTRODUCTORY NOTE
Issued Quarterly by the
MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION, 60 State St., Boston, Mass.

NUMBER 1.

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