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Title: A Treatise on the Arkansas Law of Conflict of Laws
Description: Fayetteville, Arkansas, Robert Leflar. 1938, Not Stated Assumed First Edition. Cloth. Pages clean, mostly unmarked [found 2 pgs with one sentence underlined], small ink spot at top page edges; binding tight and square. Red boards, black lettering, mostly clean, some shelf and general wear, sunned spine. PO's name pencilled on endpaper. Dr. Robert A. Leflar [1901-1997] of the University of Arkansas School of Law was one of the nation's leading scholars in the field of conflict of laws. He taught at the School of Law for more than 60 years, and directed the Appellate Judges Seminars at New York University for 30 years. He served as Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court and presided over two state constitutional conventions. As Dean, he orchestrated the desegregation, without litigation, of the School of Law in 1948 making the University of Arkansas the first major Southern public university to open its doors to African Americans. Media Mail, Priority & some International shipping include free tracking information. Very Good-/No Jacket.

Keywords: Law, Conflict of Laws Antiquarian Books The Law

Price: US$ 189.00 Seller: Inga's Original Choices
- Book number: 003662

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