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Misleading cases in the common law.
A. P. Herbert
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A must for all lawyers, or their clients trying for a discount on billable hours. Herbert was a lawyer turned parliamentarian and humorist, who wrote a column of Misleading Cases in Misleading cases in the common law.
book Uncommon Law. The book compiles court cases based on a principle of common law reduced to absurdity/5(14). Misleading Cases In The Common Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good.
Herbert. More Misleading Cases in Common Law. Methuen & Co. Small page 8vo in very good condition. Stamped publisher s cloth with very slight fraying at top of spine.
Fun reading from Punch. Seller Inventory # ABE More information about this seller | Contact this seller 2. Genre/Form: Anecdotes Humor: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Herbert, A.P.
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Herbert was a lawyer turned parliamentarian and humorist, who wrote a column of Misleading Cases in the Uncommon Law. The book compiles court cases based on a principle of common law reduced to absurdity/5(10). It's Sir Herbert and the humour is un-common.
Rivals the sermon on the mount as the definitive "Take" on the prudence of jurists assessing various intentions. Anyone pretending to practice the Law who cites Blackstone more than Herbert is a shyster, Shuster, and should be s: 1.
Misleading cases in the common law / reported by A. Herbert ; with an introd. by Lord Hewart. K H44 More misleading cases / reported, edited and annotated by A.P. Herbert. Note that several cases from the first three collections were retitled as well as revised for the omnibus volume Uncommon Law.
– David Langford. Title List. Misleading Cases collections; Misleading Cases in the Common Law (London: Methuen, ) [MC] More Misleading Cases in the Common Law (London: Methuen, ) [MMC].
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-volumes entitled Misleading Cases in the Common Law, More Misleading Cases, Still More Misleading Cases, and the like. Once before many of them were col-lected in a larger volume in the first edition of Uncommon Law. The present two volumes contain all of the best, and some of the rest. These "misleading cases" purport to have been written by Author: William L.
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The object of this book is to present a general view of the Object of the Common Law. To accomplish the task, other tools are needed Book besides logic. It is something to show that the consistency of a system requires a particular result, but it is not all.
The life of the law has not been logic: it has been experience. The felt necessities. Misleading Cases in the Common Law () - Book - The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library, The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library is a biographical and bibliographical database documenting more than books from the personal collection of Sir Robert Gordon Menzies held at the University of Melbourne Library.
I gather that the 66 cases covered in Herbert's book were each originally the subject of one of his columns in Punch, which ran under the heading "Misleading Cases in the Common Law". According to the Wikipedia entry on Herbert, "[o]ver his lifetime he published sixteen collections of the Misleading Cases ".
Leading Cases in the Common Law A. Brian Simpson. A Clarendon Press Publication. Addresses the phenomenon of the leading case--the judicial decision which acquires a timeless quality, coming the stand for some legal idea, or principle, or doctrine thought to be central to the casuistic tradition of the common law.
A wonderful exploration of the anomalies that appear in the common law. The book's title is a little misleading since unlike Blackstone, Holmes is not really writing about the law, he is writing about what he thinks are the fundamentals of its jurisprudence/5.Characteristic Features of Common Law The distinctive feature of common law is that it represents the law of the courts as expressed in judicial decisions.
The grounds for deciding cases are found in precedents provided by past decisions, as contrasted to the civil law system, which is based on statutes and prescribed texts.Herbert practiced law and simultaneously wrote satirical pieces for the comic magazine Punch. Herbert became famous for his Misleading Cases, fictional chronicles of actions before the court.
These cases featured an inveterate litigant, Albert Haddock, who always contrived to construe the law to his advantage.