Law and the Layman

Bolitha J. Laws
This is the text of a speech presented by the Honorable Bolitha J. Laws before the Bar Association of St. Louis on April 15, 1955.

Need for a Constitutional Amendment on Treaties and Executive Agreements

Frank E. Holman

Settlement Requirement in General Assistance

Daniel R. Mandelker
The basic structure of the settlement laws still continues to be important to general assistance administration, especially in view of the fact that aid is often denied to non-settled persons as a matter of practice. This article will examine the law of settlement, consider its implications for persons applying for help, and determine whether and to what extent it belongs in a general assistance program.

Wholesaler’s Liability to the Consumer for Injury Due to Defective Goods