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AbstractTo the Editor of the Michigan Law Review: In an interesting review of Walsh on Equity, in 29 Mich. L. Rev. 1122 (June 1931), Professor Clarence D. Walsh appears to ascribe to me parenthood for some pleading concepts set forth in that excellent treatise (of which I heartily approve; compare my review in 8 New York University Law Quarterly Review 521, March, 1931). Although these ideas have been supported by able writers and courts for some time, I should not object to the honor but for the fact that Professor Laylin also seems to assume premises which in my opinion are most inimical to code reform.
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Book Review: Judicial Review of Administrative ActionEmerson, Thomas (1960-01-01)There can be little doubt that Stanley de Smith's study of judicial review of administrative action in the English courts will prove of immense value to English lawyers and students of the governmental process. It is a careful and critical work of scholarship. It is comprehensive in its treatment of English doctrines of judicial review and as exhaustive as the limits of one volume permit. The style is polished and precise. Although this reviewer is not qualified to judge the details, the book is obviously an impressive performance.