1970 CILP 1 (1970)

handle is hein.journals/curintlep1970 and id is 1 raw text is: CURRENT INDEX TO LEGAL PERiODICALS
University of Washington Law Library
Washington Law Review
January 9, 1970
(Previous issue: December 31, 1969)
Subscribers who receive the Index-to Legal Periodicals
as well as this Current Index now are advised to discard
Current Index issues prior to the issue of November 14.
Material covered in those earlier issues now is indexed
in the I.L.P. issue of December.
Key to Citations
B.U.           49 Boston University Law Review, no. 4, Fnll, 1969.
Cal.           57 California Law Review, no. 4, October, 1969.
Drake          19 Drake Law Review, no. 1, December, i969.
Duke         1969 Duke Law Journal, no. 5, October, 1969.
J.P.L.         18 Journal of Public Law, no. 2, 1969.
Okla.          22 Oklahoma Law Review, no. 4, November, 19631.
U.Cin.         38 University of Cincinnati Law Review, no. 3,
Summer, 1969.
W.L.R.         44 Washington Law Review, no. 3, Spring, 1969.
W.& M.         11 William and Mary Law Review, no. 1, Fall, 1969.
Graham, Philip L. Action and exhaustion: the problem of denial of
constitutional defense because of failure to exhaust remedies. 44
W.L.R. 547-576.
Toxey, Walter W. The ombudsman in the common law system. 11 W.& M.
Zamir, Itzhak. Administrative control of administrative action.
57 Cal. 866-905.

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