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122 Dickinson L. Rev. [i] (2017-2018)

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           PennState
           Dickinson Law





DICKINSON LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 122, ISSUE 1 e FALL 2017
PUBLISHED SINCE 1897

             Tradition, Innovation, and New Beginnings:
        Celebrating the History of the Dickinson Law Review

                        Table of Contents*

New Beginnings: Embracing the Tradition
    and Innovation of Practice Greatness . .Dean Gary S. Gildin 1
Foreword: Why Tradition, Innovation, and
    New Beginnings: Celebrating the History of
    the Dickinson Law Review Is an
    Appropriate Title for Volume 122(1) ............ Laurel Terry 5

       ARTICL

  I. In the Beginning... Volume 1 and What It Means to Be a
     Lawyer
     Section I Introduction ....................... Kristina J. Kim  37
     Baccalaureate Address Delivered by
     Charles B. Lore, LL.D., Chief Justice of
     the Delaware Supreme Court ............................... 39
 II. Early (and Ongoing) Efforts to Help Shape the Law
     Section II Introduction ..................... Craig Rushmore  49
     The Uniform Commercial Acts ............. J. P. McKeehan   51
     Uniform Commercial Acts .................. Samuel Williston 75


• All of the articles in Volume 122(1) previously were published by the law review;
the original citation appears at the beginning of each reprinted article. The oldest
of these reprinted articles appeared in Volume 1 of The Forum, which was the
Dickinson Law Review's original name. The most recent article appeared in
Volume 114 of the Penn State Law Review. The Penn State Law Review was
published by students located exclusively in Carlisle for Volumes 108-110 and was
published by students located in both Carlisle and University Park for Volumes
111-121. For more information about the Dickinson Law Review's history, see the
Foreword to this volume.

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