Index CILP 1 (1936-1942)

handle is hein.journals/curintlep1 and id is 1 raw text is: WEEKlY INDEX TO LFADILTG ARTICLES AND I-OTES
issued by the
University of Washington Iaw Library

Vol. 1, No. 1.     Seattle, Washington    October 19, 1936
Purpose
This weekly memorandum is desIgned to aid the Faculty
of the University of Washington Law School in locating the
leading Articles and Notes contained n the current legal
periodicals received by the Law Library during the preoed-
ing week. The Law Reviews of the American Law Schools are
all Indexed with occasional references to other leading per-
iodicals. No attempt will be made to index the specialized
legal periodicals such as the American Bankruptcy Reviewt.
If any faculty member is especially interested in a parti-
oular subject, a memorandum to that effect will be kept on
file.
Articles and Notes
APPEAL AND ERROR
Case Note: Appeal and Error--The Power of an Appellate
Court to Review the Evidence. (September, 1936) 24
Calif. L. Rev. 733-35.
COiST TUTIONAL LLAW--PRIVILEGES AND  IUTITIES
Comment: Godward, William IV. Constitutional Law--Privileges
or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. (Sep-
tember, 1936) 24 Calif L. Rev. 728-32.
CONTRCTS--TRIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES
Behrmann, L. B. The Rights of the Parties Under a Contract
for the Benefit of a Third Person. (August, 1936) 53
S. Africah L. J. 279-86.

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