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The following is a transcript from recordings made at the annual round table meeting on jurisprudence of the Association of American Law Schools, at its annual meeting, held on Saturday, December 29, 1956, at the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. This program was a pioneer effort to demonstrate a new method of conducting round tables at conventions of jurists. It is a contrast with the usual method of formally reading papers followed by a sporadic question period. It is based on the premises that jurists who attend conventions should do so for the purpose of "rubbing mind on mind", rather than listening to papers which could be read after publication.
Date of Authorship for this Version
A Symposium on the Jurisprudential Basis of the Law of Strict Liability: A Critical Evaluation of Case Materials, 9 Loy. L. Rev. 31 (1958)