39 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1954)

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Massachusetts Law Quarterly
APRIL, 1954
(For Complete Table of Contents see page 1)
The Traffic Jam in the Courts
Revival of Commission Plan and Reminder of Earlier
Discussions in Massachusetts
Traffic Jam from the Point of View of the Insurance Indus-
try                                    WILLIAM DOYLE
Bankruptcy and Mortgages                 JOHN A. MCCARTY
Notices on Probate Accounts-Some Questions   Guy NEWHALL
Medico-Legal Application of Blood Tests
Classification and Heredity.          JOHN F. LOMBARD
Annual Survey of Massachusetts Law
Planned by Boston College Law School WILLIAM J. CURRAN
Social Security for Lawyers?
Both Sides of Questions Affecting All of You.
The Fifth Amendment and Per Legem Terrae
ERWIN N. GRISWOLD
District Courts, Report of Commission on Reorganization and
Extension of Full Time Judicial Service
Jurisprudence in Action
Essays Collected by the Bar Association of the City of
New York
Taxation -Two Important New Books
Investigation Procedure -New York Adopts Standards
Issued by the Massachusetts Bar Association
15 Pemberton Square                  Boston 8, Massachusetts

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