Equity Jurisdiction in Probate Matters Under the New Code

Leslie A. Welch

Right to Travel and National Security

William B. Gould
The right to travel has been deeply enmeshed in the Anglo-American tradition. In the relatively small country of England this need was particularly obvious, and there can be little doubt that both England and the United States owe a great deal of their commercial and intellectual growth to the freedom of international mobility.

Forging a Good Unilateral Contract or a Series of Good Contracts out of a Bad Bilateral Contract

John D. Calamari
The title of this article is suggested by an article written by the late Dean Finn, then Professor Finn, in the Brooklyn Law Review. In that article Dean Finn urged, “Let us forge good unilaterals out of bad bilaterals if conscience points the way.” That article did not attempt to formulate rules which would help determine when the forging should occur. Professor Williston comes little closer to the formulation of…

Inspection of Grand Jury Minutes by Criminal Defendants