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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 11

Both Years

Both Years.

Saturday, 8 to 10 A.M.—Moot Court Trials Prof. Denslow.
Wednesday, 11 to 12 A.M.—Moot Court Motions Prof. Denslow.
Saturday, 4 to 6 P.M.—Examples in Conveyancing, Abstracts, Contracts and Office Practice, (or Special Lectures) Prof. Denslow.

Also lectures on Medical Jurisprudence, Patents, Criminal Law, and other specialties. During the past year, among others, the following members of the Chicago Bar have delivered Special Lectures, viz: Wirt Dexter, Esq., on "Things a young lawyer needs to know, as much as to know the Law;" C. H. Reed, Esq., States Attorney, on the "Practice in Criminal Cases;" C. C.Bonney, Esq., on the "Early Practice in Illinois;" Thos. Dent, Esq., on "Equity;" Jas. P. Root, Esq., on "Parliamentary Law," and on the "Taxing Power;" Obediah Jackson, Esq., on "Contesting Taxes;" Judge M. R. M. Wallace, on the "Practice in Probate Courts;" Jas. L. High, Esq., on the "Law of Injunctions;" Emory A. Storrs, Esq., (four lectures) on the "English Constitution, as illustrating the merits and demerits of unwritten constitutions;" Thos. Hoyne, Esq., on the "Rule of Insurance in cases of Homicide, Sane or Insane;" E. B. Hurd, Esq., on "Courtesy and Dower as affected by the Statutes of Illinois;" A. M. Pence, Esq., on "Limitations on the Jurisdiction of Courts;" Gen. I. N. Stiles, on "How to try a Cause;" Josiah H. Bissell, Esq., on the "Jurisdiction of the Federal Courts;" George W. Kretzinger, Esq., on the "Effect of Evidence;" Lewis L. Coburn, Esq., on "Patent Law;" Hon. N. R. Graham, on "Fixtures;" Edward Roby, Esq., on "Sources of Title, including Indian Tit'es;" Hon. William Bross, on "Where to Practice Law;" Ex- Ass't Attorney. General Binckley, on "Evidence;" Gen. R. Biddle Roberts, on "Evidence;" and others. Lectures on Political Economy have also been given by Prof. Denslow, and on Elocution by Profs. Lyman and Armstrong.

As the classes increase in numbers they are divided into sections, so as to combine personal and thorough instruction to every student.