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Book Review: Law and the Lawyers, 45 Yale Law Journal 388 (1935)

Abstract

IN the hospitable environment of Yale Law School a distinguished academic psychologist has grappled with problems, colleagues and students until his verbal sequences about law and psychology have arranged themselves in plausible and ingratiating order. The result, fixed in print, is now thrown to the barbarians beyond the gates.

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1935

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