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Those who have found dissatisfaction with some of the recent trends either in the composition of casebooks or the treatment of Equity in the law school curriculum, will take great comfort in this book. Its style is the soul of good form, its content offends no convention. It is designed for use in two full year courses of two hours a week. It covers virtually the whole field ordinarily thought of as equity--roughly the same field covered in the one volume edition of Mr. Cook's casebook, but with somewhat different grouping of material and perhaps more emphasis on procedure.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: Cases on Equity, 46 Yale L.J. 1273 (1937)