In Memoriam: Charles Wendell Carnahan

Frank P. Aschemeyer, Joseph A. McClain Jr., Edwin W. Patterson and Stanley M. Rosenblum
Charles Wendell Carnahan, 1903-1961. Ph.B. 1923, J.D. 1925, Univ. of Chicago; LL.M. 1937, Juris.Sc.D., 1942, Columbia Univ. Admitted to practice in Illinois, 1925; Missouri, 1943. Engaged in general practice with several law firms and alone, in Chicago, 1925-1930. Asst. Prof. of Law, Univ. of Louisville, 1930-1935; Assoc. Prof. 1935-1936; Prof. of Law 1936-1938; fellow Columbia Univ. 1936-1937; Prof. of Law, Washington Univ. since 1938; Zumbalen Prof. of the Law of…

European Convention on Human Rights in Practice

Dietrich Schindler

Grand Jury: An Effort to Get a Dragon out of His Cave

John W. Oliver

Grand Jury Reports—A Safeguard of Democracy

William J. Shaw and Noah Weinstein
The right of a grand jury to report on the actions of public officials and on general conditions in its community offers to the citizens of a democracy a most effective means of controlling gross inefficiency or misconduct of public officers. One of the appealing facets of the activity of a grand jury in reporting upon conditions and public officials is the absence of authoritarian efficiency, and this has not…