Volume 10, Issue 2 (1953)
The Principle And Price Of A Living Law
Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr.
A Procedural Reviewof The Federal Employer'S Liability Act
Clyde H. Bloemker
Capital Gains And Losses
Subsequent To Corporate Liquidation
E. McGruder Faris, Jr.
Constitutional Law—Application of Separate but Equal Doctrine to Racial Segregation in Lower Public Schools. [Delaware]
J. Hunter Lane Jr.
Constitutional Law-Protection Against Double Jeopardy As Element
Of Due Process Under Fourteenth Amendment. [United
States Supreme Court]
Constitutional Law—Recovery of Damages for Breach of Racial Restrictive Covenant in Deed as Violative of Fourteenth Amendment. [California]
Donald S. LaTourette
Constitutional Law-Validity Of Statute Making Membership In
Subversive Organizaton Evidence Of Unfitness For Employment
In Schools. [United States Supreme Court]
Criminal Law-Propriety Of Instructing Jury As To Possibility That
Sentence Set By Jury May Be Affected By Commutation Or
Domestic Relations-Liability Of Estate Of Deceased Divorced
Husband For Support Of Children Under Divorce Decree. [Virginia]
Equity-Injunction Against Establishment Of Funeral Home Inresidential District As "Nuisance In Fact." [Louisiana]
Insurance-Scope Of Liability Of Insurer Under Omnibus Clausecovering Automobile Driven By Other Than Named Assured.[Federal]
Insurance-Validity Of Attempted Change Of Beneficiary Of Life
Insurance Without Compliance With Policy Requirement.
Statute Of Limitations-Time At Which Limitations Period Begins
To Run In Regard To Actions For Wrongful Death. [New
Torts-Liability For Physical Injury Resulting From Nervous
Shock At Witnessing Negligent Acts Toward Third Party.
Workmen'S Compensation-Right Of Injured Employee Receiving
Compensation To Recover Damages From Fellow Employee
Who Caused Injury. [South Carolina]