Document Type

Article

Comments

Recent Developments in the Law of Contracts, 50 Harvard Law Review 449 (1937)

Abstract

There is only one way to record accurately the progress of

any branch of the law over a period of time; that is to review

all of the cases and statutes affecting it that have been litigated or

enacted during the period. This includes all of the cases in the

minor courts as well as those in the courts of appeal, unless we

arbitrarily limit our subject matter to the work of the higher

courts. It is not desirable to fix such a limit.

Date of Authorship for this Version

1937

Included in

Law Commons

Share

COinS