The Law's Conscience is a history of equity in Anglo-American juris-prudence from the inception of the chancellor's court in medieval England to the recent civil rights and affirmative action decisions of the United States Supreme Court. Peter HoffA NOTE ON THE SOURCES The sources for The Lawa#39;s Conscience were drawn from manuscript collections, court records, and published materials. ... Although most of the citations in this book follow the The Chicago Manual of Style, 1 3th ed. ... The Harvard Low Review Association. ... In particular, I have not used as many parenthetical phrases after the case citations as the Blue Book requires, and Ianbsp;...
|Title||:||The Law's Conscience|
|Author||:||Peter Charles Hoffer|
|Publisher||:||Univ of North Carolina Press - 1990|