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Title Legal research : historical foundations of the electronic age / [edited by] George S. Grossman
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1994


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Description xx, 352 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Introduction -- Additional Readings -- I. Case Reporting -- 1. Case Reporting in England -- Note 1(A) The Beginning of Artificial Memory -- Selection 1(A) Plea Rolls and Year Books -- Records, Reports and the Origins of Case-Law in England, J. H. Baker -- Note 1(B) Authorship of the Yearbooks -- Selection 1(B) Abridgements of the Yearbooks -- An Introduction to Fitzherbert's Abridgement, F. L. Boersma -- Note 1(C) The Printing of the Abridgements and Yearbooks -- Selection 1(C) The Nominative Reports -- The Oracles of the Law, J. P. Dawson -- Note 1(D) Evaluation and Republication of the Nominative Reports -- Selection 1(D) The Call for Reform, 1849 -- Report of a Special Committee on the Law Reporting System, Society for Promoting the Amendment of the Law -- Note 1(E) -- Selection 1(E) The Lord Chancellor's Committee on Law Reporting, 1940 -- The Establishment v. Buttersworth: New Light on a Little Known Chapter in the History of English Law Reporting, P. Clinch -- Note 1(F) English Law Reporting since 1940 -- Selection 1(F) Unreported Cases -- The Limits of Citation Determined, R. Munday -- 2. Case Reporting in the United States -- Note 2(A) The First American Reports, 1789 -- Selection 2(A) The Supreme Court Reports -- The Rise of the Supreme Court Reporter: An Institutional Perspective on Marshall Court Ascendency, C. Joyce -- Note 2(B) Wheaton v. Peters -- Selection 2(B) Dane's Abridgement, 1823-1824 -- Book Review, J. Story -- Note 2(C) -- Selection 2(C) Law Reporting in New York, 1873 -- Report of the Committee on Law Reporting of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York (1873) -- Note 2(D) Frank S. Shepard of Chicago, 1875 -- Selection 2(D) Selective, Annotated Reports -- Object of the "American Decisions" (1878) -- Note 2(E) The Lawyers Cooperative System -- Selection 2(E) John B. West of St. Paul, 1879 -- A Symposium of Law Publishers -- Note 2(F) The West System -- Selection 2(F) Enter LEXIS -- West Publishing: The Empire's New Clothes, J. Abramson, J.Kennedy, and E. J. Pollock -- Note 2(G) LEXIS, WESTLAW, and Thamus -- Selection 2(G) Unpublished Opinions -- The Myth of the Disposable Opinion: Unpublished Opinions and Government Litigants in the United States Courts of Appeals, L. K. Robel -- Ii. Legislation -- 3 Legislation in England. -- Note 3(A) The Early Stages of Legislation -- Selection 3(A) From the COnquest to Edward I -- The Constitutional History of England, F. W. Maitland -- Note 3(B) The Five-Hundred-Year Struggle for Parliament -- Selection 3(B) Codification -- Codification of the Laws in Seventeenth Century England, B. Shapiro -- Note 3(C) From the Glorious Revolution to Queen Victoria -- Selection 3(C) The "Code Victoria" -- Simplifying the Sources of the Law: An Essay in Law Reform, A. H. Manchester -- Note 3(D) Legislation Since the Mid-Nineteenth Century -- Selection 3(D) Legislative History -- Parliamentary Materials as Extrinsic Aids to Statutory Interpretation, S. J. Gibb -- Note 3(E) Travaux Preparatoires -- 4 Legislation in the United States. -- Note 4(A) The Colonial Era -- Selection 4(A) The Impact of Independence on State Legislation -- The Revisal of the Laws -- Note 4(B) Prelude to Codification -- Selection 4(B) The New York Revised Statutes, 1829 -- The American Codification Movement, C. M. Cook -- Note 4(C) Massachusetts, 1835, and New York's David Dudley Field -- Selection 4(C) The Constitution -- The Creation of the Constitution: The Integrity of the Documentary Record, J. H. Huston -- Note 4(D) Early Federal Statutes -- Selection 4(D) The Statutes at Large, Revised Statutes, and the United States Code, 1845 to 1928 -- The Federal Statutes--Their History and Use, R. H. Dawn & E. R. Feidler -- Note 4(E) Annotated Codes -- Selection 4(E) Pennsylvania, 1960 -- Pennsylvania's Statutory Imbroglio: The Need of Statute Law Revision, J. B. Fordham & C. C. Moreland -- Note 4(F) National Access to State Statutes -- Selection 4(F) Uniform and Model Laws -- Ex Proprio Vigore, J. J. White -- Note 4(G) Legislative History -- Selection 4(G) Challenging the Use of Legislative History -- The New Textualism, W. N. Eskridge -- Iii. Administration -- 5. Administrative Publications in England -- Note 5(A) Early Royal Documents -- Selection 5(A) Statutes and Ordinances -- Sources and Literature of English Law, W. S. Holdsworth -- Note 5(B) The Tudor-Stuart Proclamations -- Selection 5(B) The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries -- Law and Orders, C. K. Allen -- Note 5(C) Limitations on Delegated Legislation -- Selection 5(C) Section 3 of the Rules Publication Act, 1893 -- Delegated Legislation, C. T. Carr -- Note 5(D) The Statutory Instruments Act, 1946 -- Selection 5(D) Administrative Tribunals -- Justice and Administrative Law, W. A. Robson -- Note 5(E) Administrative Publications since 1946 -- 6. Administrative Publications in the United States -- Note 6(A) From Independence to the First World War -- Selection 6(A) At the End of the First World War -- Administrative Legislation, J. A. Fairlie -- Note 6(B) The New Deal -- Selection 6(B) Following the Example of England -- Government in Ignorance of the Law--A Plea for Better Publication of Executive Legislation, E. M. Griswold -- Note 6(C) The Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations: 1936 to 1939 -- Selection 6(C) The Committee On Administrative Procedure, 1941 -- Report of the Committee on Administrative Procedure, Administrative Procedure in Government Agencies: -- Note 6(D) The Administrative Procedure Act and the Second Edition of the C. F. R.: 1946 to 1949 -- Selection 6(D) A Looseleaf Proposal, 1959 -- Searching the Federal Regulations: Forty-seven Steps Are Too Many, N. J. Futor -- Note 6(E) The 1960's and 1970's -- Selection 6(E) Freedom of Information, Privacy and Sunshine -- Holding Government Bureaucracies Accountable, B. Rosen -- Note 6(F) Contemporary Administrative Publications -- Iv. Scholarship -- 7. Secondary "Authorities" -- Note 7(A) Glanville and Bracton -- Selection 7(A) The History of the Treatise -- The Rise and Fall of the Legal Treatise: Legal Principles and the Forms of Legal Literature, A. W. B. Simpson -- Note 7(B) Treatises, Encyclopedias and Restatements -- Selection 7(B) A Realist Critique -- The Authority of Authority, J. H. Merryman -- 8 Legal Periodicals and Sources Beyond the Law. -- Note 8(A) Legal Periodicals in England -- Selection 8(A) Legal Periodicals in the United States -- The Historical Origins, Founding, and Early Development of Student-Edited Law Reviews, M. I. Swygert & J. W. Bruce -- Note 8(B) Legal Periodicals--Quality, Quantity and Indexing -- Selection 8(B) The "Brandeis Brief" -- The Case of the Overworked Laundress, A. T. Mason -- Epilogue -- Note Books versus DEM -- Selection The Substantive Impact of Technology -- Communications Revolutions and Legal Revolutions: The New Media and the Future of Law, M. E. Katsh -- Notes -- Index
Analysis Great Britain
Law Research
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Information storage and retrieval systems -- Law.
Legal research -- Great Britain.
Legal research -- United States.
Author Grossman, George S.
LC no. 93023403
ISBN 0195086376 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0195086384 (paperback: acid-free paper)