42 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1957)

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Massachusetts Law Quarterly
MARCH, 1957
(For Complete Table of Contents see page 1)
Picture of the Present Supreme Judicial Court
Report of the Nominating Committee
Portrait of former Chief Justice John P. Higgins
Trial by Newspaper    .   .    .   .    .   . JOSEPH M. HARVEY
The Maryland Right to Trial without Jury in Criminal Cases
Tenancy by the Entirety - A Questionable Tax Ruling
The Jenkins-Keogh Bill for Retirement of the Self-Employed
JOSEPH F. O'CONNELL, JR.
Representative Town Meetings-
Separation of Powers                       ROBERT J. TiLDEN
Uniform Commercial Code -
- Success in Pennsylvania -Report of Hearing
Assignment of Counsel -Latest Massachusetts Opinion
Agency Powers in Time of Atomic Emergency -
Legislation Needed .  JAMES W. PERKNS and LIVNGSTON HALL
Lawyers and their Incomes in Massachusetts     ROBERT M. SEGAL
Chief Justice Shaw as a Balanced Liberal -
Book Review   .   .    .   .   .    .   .    ELIJAH ADLOW
The Revival of Legal History -The Ancestor of Massachusetts Law
CHIEF JUSTICE VANMERBILT'S Review of The Lion and the
Throne - The Life and Times of Lord Coke
SAVE THE DATES
June 14-16, 1957
ANNUAL MEETING and LAWYERS' INSTITUTE
Mayflower Hotel - Plymouth, Massachusetts
Issued by the Massachusetts Bar Association
15 Pemberton Square                    Boston 8, Massachusetts

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