COMMENTARIES ON CONFLICT OF LAWS Restatement No. 2

By: Beale, Joseph Henry

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32 pages; Contents clean and tight in original tan printed wrappers. Prepared by the Reporter, Joseph H. Beale, and the Associate Reporter Austin W. Scott, in accordance with the direction of Council to facilitate the consideration of the Restatements. OCLC 34050086 At the 1920 and 1921 meetings of the Association of American Law Schools, William Draper Lewis promoted the idea of an "institute of law" to elucidate the development of the common law in America. Consequently, the American Law Institute was established in 1923 "to promote the clarification and simplification of United States common law and its adaptation to changing social needs." Lewis, as its first director, shaped its agenda of preparing "restatements" of the law. Lewis served as director until 1947, leading some to claim he was the most influential individual in the pragmatic development of American law during the 20th century.

Title: COMMENTARIES ON CONFLICT OF LAWS Restatement No. 2

Author Name: Beale, Joseph Henry

Categories: Law and Legal History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Philadelphia, American Law Institute: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

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