Included in this collection are articles written by Maurer faculty in both our own law journals and in those published by others.


Submissions from 1926

The Law: Business or Profession?, by Jules Henry Cohen, Paul L. Sayre
(1 Indiana Law Journal 295 (1926))

Progress and the Constitution, by Newton D. Baker, Hugh E. Willis
(1 Indiana Law Journal 173 (1926))

A Definition of Law, Hugh Evander Willis
(12 Virginia Law Review 203 (1926))

Due Process of Law Under the United States Constitution, Hugh Evander Willis
(74 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 331 (1926))

Ogden v. Washington National Bank, Hugh Evander Willis
(2 Indiana Law Journal 178 (1926))

Some Fundamental Legal Concepts, Hugh Evander Willis
(1 Indiana Law Journal 18 (1926))

Submissions from 1925

Conflict of Laws--Law Governing the Performance of a Contract--Validity of Power of Attorney to Confess Judgment (Comment on Recent Cases), Bernard C. Gavit
(19 Illinois Law Review 584 (1925))

Practice Court Work, Charles M. Hepburn
(5 American Law School Review 543 (1925))

Submissions from 1924

Fraud in the Inception of Bills and Notes, William E. Britton
(9 Cornell Law Quarterly 138 (1924))

Negligence in the Law of Bills and Notes, William E. Britton
(24 Columbia Law Review 695 (1924))

Collective Labor Agreements in American Law, Ralph F. Fuchs
(10 St. Louis Law Review 1 (1924))

Two Aspects of Law and Liberalism in the United States, Ralph F. Fuchs
(9 St. Louis Law Review 204 (1924))

Clark, G. L., The Law of Torts, Charles M. Hepburn
(37 Harvard Law Review 399 (1924))

Hinton, E. W., A Selection of Cases on the Law of Pleading Under Modern Codes, 2nd Ed., Charles M. Hepburn
(22 Michigan Law Review 862 (1924))

Private Ownership -- Its Characteristics and Legal History in the United States, Hugh Evander Willis
(6 Illinois Law Quarterly 197 (1924))

The Road to World Peace: A Plan by Which the United States May Cooperate with Other Nations to Achieve and Preserve the Peace of the World, Hugh Evander Willis
(58 American Law Review 551 (1924))

What Is Consideration in the Anglo-American Law of Contracts?, Hugh Evander Willis
(72 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 245 (1924))

What Is Consideration in the Anglo-American Law of Contracts, Part II, Hugh Evander Willis
(72 University of Pennsylvania Law Review and American Law Register 376 (1924))

Submissions from 1923

The Teaching of Law in Schools of Business, William E. Britton
(5 American Law School Review 201 (1923))

Historic Periods in the Development of Our Law, Hugh Evander Willis
(9 American Bar Association Journal 187 (1923))

Submissions from 1922

Proposed Procedural Reform, Hugh Evander Willis
(5 Illinois Law Quarterly 17 (1922))

Submissions from 1921

The Inns of Court and Certain Conditions in American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn
(8 Virginia Law Review 93 (1921))

Submissions from 1920

Constitutional Changes in Eminent Domain in Illinois, William E. Britton
(2 Illinois Law Bulletin 479 (1920))

The Rationale of Agency, Warren A. Seavey
(29 Yale Law Journal 859 (1920))

A Plan for the Reform of Legal Procedure, Hugh Evander Willis
(8 California Law Review 326 (1920))

Submissions from 1918

Equitable Relief in Contracts Involving Personal Services, James Lewis Parks
(66 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 251 (1918))

Submissions from 1916

The Growing Demand for a Broad General Education, Charles M. Hepburn
(2 American Bar Association Journal 56 (1916))

Liability of an Agent in Tort, Warren A. Seavey
(1 Southern Law Quarterly 16 (1916))

Notice Through an Agent, Warren A. Seavey
(65 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1 (1916))

Submissions from 1915

Assignment of Mortgages Securing Negotiable Notes, William E. Britton
(10 Illinois Law Review 337 (1915))

Report of the Meeting of the Section of Legal Education of the American Bar Association, Charles M. Hepburn
(81 Central Law Journal 219 (1915))

Anomalous Growth of the Common Law -- The Anglo-American Quest for Justice, Hugh Evander Willis
(3 California Law Review 103 (1915))

How Shall the People of the United States of America Reform Their Legal Procedure So As to Make It an Instrument of Justice?, Hugh Evander Willis
(6 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 533 (1915))

Our Game of Legal Procedure, Hugh Evander Willis
(81 Central Law Journal 130 (1915))

Submissions from 1914

The Modern Law School in England and America, Charles M. Hepburn
(2 Virginia Law Review 85 (1914))

Submissions from 1912

The State University Law School: I, Its Rise and Its Mission, Charles M. Hepburn
(24 The Green Bag 179 (1912))

Submissions from 1910

Discussion, The Honor System, Charles M. Hepburn
(2 American Law School Review 470 (1910))

Submissions from 1909

A New Development in Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn
(2 American Law School Review 285 (1909))

Measure of Damages When a Property Is Wrongfully Taken by a Private Individual, Hugh Evander Willis
(22 Harvard Law Review 419 (1909))

"Subject-Matter", Hugh Evander Willis
(9 Columbia Law Review 419 (1909))

Submissions from 1908

Convention for the Peaceful Adjustment of International Differences, Amos S. Hershey
(2 American Journal of International Law 29 (1908))

Ignorance and Mistake in the Criminal Law, Edwin Roulette Keedy
(22 Harvard Law Review 75 (1908))

Submissions from 1907

An International Prize Court, Amos S. Hershey
(19 The Green Bag 652 (1907))

The Calvo and Drago Doctrines, Amos S. Hershey
(1 American Journal of International Law 26 (1907))

The Japanese School Question and the Treaty-Making Power, Amos S. Hershey
(1 American Political Science Review 393 (1907))

The Nature of Law, Hugh Evander Willis
(2 American Law School Review 66 (1907))

The Right of Bailees to Contract Against Liability for Negligence, Hugh Evander Willis
(20 Harvard Law Review 297 (1907))

Submissions from 1906

Are a Knowledge of an Offer and Intent to Accept Essential to the Recovery of a Reward Offered?, Hugh Evander Willis
(62 Central Law Journal 105 (1906))

Submissions from 1905

Growth of the Power of Contract in the History of the Liability of Common Carriers, Hugh Evander Willis
(5 Brief 231 (1905))

Submissions from 1904

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. I, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 306 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. II, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 375 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. III, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 452 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. IV, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 538 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. V, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 595 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. VI, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 659 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. VII, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 744 (1904))

Some Questions of International Law Arising from the Russo-Japanese War, Pt. VIII, Amos S. Hershey
(16 The Green Bag 814 (1904))

American Law Schools and the Teaching of Law, George Louis Reinhard
(16 The Green Bag 165 (1904))

The Right to Practice Law, George Louis Reinhard
(1 American Law School Review 211 (1904))

Submissions from 1903

The Venezuelan Affair in the Light of International Law, Amos S. Hershey
(51 American Law Register 249 (1903))

Submissions from 1902

A Treatise on the Law of Agency in Contract and Tort, George L. Reinhard
(George L. Reinhard, A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF AGENCY IN CONTRACT AND TORT. Indianapolis: The Bowen-Merrill Company, 1902.)

Submissions from 1901

Is Law a Field for Woman's Work?, William P. Rogers
(24 Annual Report of the American Bar Association 548-564 (1901))

Submissions from 1896

The Recognition of Cuban Belligerency, Amos S. Hershey
(7 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 450 (1896))

In Memoriam, W. P. Rogers
(W. P. Rogers, "In Memoriam," ARBUTUS. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1896 (p.127))

Submissions from 1895

When the Lawyers Rode the Circuit, David Demaree Banta
("When the Lawyers Rode the Circuit," in BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND REVIEWS OF THE BENCH AND BAR OF INDIANA. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1895, pp. 127-148.)

Submissions from 1894

History of Indiana University: Perils from Sectarian Controversies and the Constitutional Convention (1835-1850), David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 6, pp. 111-124))

Submissions from 1893

History of Indiana University: From College to University (1833- 1838), David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 5, pp. 98-110))

Submissions from 1892

History of Indiana University: The "Faculty War" of 1832, David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 4, pp. 78-97))

The Criminal Code of the Northwest Territory, David Demaree Banta
(9 INDIANA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY 234-246 (1913))

The Early Schools of Indiana, David Demaree Banta
(2 INDIANA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY 41-48 (1906))

Jurisprudence in American Universities, Ernest W. Huffcut
(2 Annals of the American Academy of Politics & Social Science 488 (Jan. 1892))

Selling New Shares at Less Than Par, Ernest W. Huffcut
(26 American Law Review 861 (1892))

The Literature of Law, Ernest W. Huffcut
(4 The Green Bag 52 (1892))

Submissions from 1891

History of Indiana University: The New Departure (1829-1833), David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 3, pp. 54-77))

International Liability for Mob Injuries, Ernest W. Huffcut
(2 Annals of the American Academy of Politics & Social Science 69 (July 1891))

Submissions from 1890

History of Indiana University: From Seminary to College (1826-1829), David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 2, pp. 26-53))

Legislative Tax-Exemption Contracts, Ernest W. Huffcut
(24 American Law Review 399 (1890))

Submissions from 1889

History of Indiana University: The Seminary Period (1820-1828), David Demaree Banta
(James A. Woodburn, HISTORY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1940 (Chapter 1, pp. 3-25))

Submissions from 1888

History of Johnson County Indiana, David Demaree Banta
(Chicago: Brant & Fuller, 1888)

Submissions from 1887

Making a Neighborhood, David Demaree Banta
(Franklin, Indiana: Republican Print, 1887)

Submissions from 1881

A Historical Sketch of Johnson County Indiana, David Demaree Banta
(Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co,, 1881)