Harvard Law Revue ( April 22, 1935 ) [A Satirical Lampoon of the Harvard Law Review] including Research in Ignorance of the Law by T. Reed Powell and Preface to Nomotheatrics by A. Nuther Nutt

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Former owner's name on front wrapper (E. Merrick Dodd, Jr.), otherwise clean and tight in original light olive printed wrappers. Edwin Merrick Dodd (1888-1951) received his L.L.D. from Harvard Law School in 1913. He worked with the War Industries Board during World War I, but returned to teaching after the War. From 1928 until his death in 1951, Dodd served on the faculty of Harvard Law School. Dodd was a great advocate of corporate social responsibility. Traditionally, every year a couple of the editors of the prestigious Harvard Law Review write a parody of that journal under the title "Harvard Law Revue" which is distributed at their annual banquet. This publication mimics the format of the Review while satirizing the editors, authors and articles of the preceding year. In recent year's the Revue has been published on April Fools' Day. When Barack Obama was editor of the Review, he was impersonated in the 1990 Revue saying "in Chicago I discovered I was black, and I have remained so ever since." The issue of the Revue offerred for sale here is of a much older vintage. This issue of April 22, 1935 (Volume VI, Number 1) includes the following: Preface to Nomotheatrics by A. Nuther Nutt, Research in Ignorance of the Law by T. Reed Powell and Statutory Tinkering with the Law by Nelson B. Gannett. Also included is a menu for the Banquet, amusing "bios" for the contributors, humorous parodies of the Note Department, Books Returned, and the Recent Cases features. The roster at the front of the publication includes D. Robert Thomas, Jr., Roscoe Pound, Thurman Arnold, Harold J. Laski and Harlan F. Stone. The ad for "Harvard Legal Essays" inside the front wrapper mentions "There is No International Law, Damn It" by Geneva Hudson. Quite fun. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Harvard Law Revue ( April 22, 1935 ) [A ...
Editorial: Harvard Law Review
Año de publicación: 1935
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: First Edition.

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Editorial: Harvard Law Review, Cambridge (1935)
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Descripción Harvard Law Review, Cambridge, 1935. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First Edition. Former owner's name on front wrapper (E. Merrick Dodd, Jr.), otherwise clean and tight in original light olive printed wrappers. Edwin Merrick Dodd (1888-1951) received his L.L.D. from Harvard Law School in 1913. He worked with the War Industries Board during World War I, but returned to teaching after the War. From 1928 until his death in 1951, Dodd served on the faculty of Harvard Law School. Dodd was a great advocate of corporate social responsibility. Traditionally, every year a couple of the editors of the prestigious Harvard Law Review write a parody of that journal under the title "Harvard Law Revue" which is distributed at their annual banquet. This publication mimics the format of the Review while satirizing the editors, authors and articles of the preceding year. (See OCLC: 64162774) In recent year's the Revue has been published on April Fools' Day. When Barack Obama was editor of the Review, he was impersonated in the 1990 Revue saying "in Chicago I discovered I was black, and I have remained so ever since." The issue of the Revue offerred for sale here is of a much older vintage. This issue of April 22, 1935 (Volume VI, Number 1) includes the following: Preface to Nomotheatrics by A. Nuther Nutt, Research in Ignorance of the Law by T. Reed Powell and Statutory Tinkering with the Law by Nelson B. Gannett. Also included is a menu for the Banquet, amusing "bios" for the contributors, humorous parodies of the Note Department, Books Returned, and the Recent Cases features. The roster at the front of the publication includes D. Robert Thomas, Jr., Roscoe Pound, Thurman Arnold, Harold J. Laski and Harlan F. Stone. The ad for "Harvard Legal Essays" inside the front wrapper mentions "There is No International Law, Damn It" by Geneva Hudson. Quite fun. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. Nº de ref. de la librería 41753

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