section] 78u-4(e)(l); HAZEN HORNBOOK
, supra note 3, at 284 (rev.
In 1959, Beulah Folmsbee, while working for the Horn Book Magazine, addressed some commonly posed questions about the origin of the magazine's name and the nature of hornbooks
in her publication A Little History of the Horn-Book (8).
In addition to these numbered hornbooks
are others lettered A-K.
They are the Cliffs Notes of law school--brief, scholarly hornbooks
on a variety of topics found in law school curricula, from Administrative Law to Zoning Law and scores of topics in between.
1970) (listing Fuller's justifications for legal formalities such as the Statute of Frauds), hornbooks
, see, e.
In law school, students are always directed to hornbooks
to supplement the case-study method.
Kirkpatrick on one of the premier evidentiary hornbooks
, Evidence: Practice Under the Rules, Third Edition.
Through the hornbooks
, the CPLR commentaries, and the myriad articles and practice notes, there is a distinct and instantly recognizable style and focus.
It is not coincidental that the editors have decided to complete this collection with the innovative essay of Madlen Kurajica on the poetics of silence in Robert Kroetsch's The Hornbooks
of Rita K (2001).
Our litany, I admit, was a bit different from the collections published by, say, the New York Times (8) and includes entries that probably do not enjoy bold-face status in the hornbooks
3) After looking at a few turgid hornbooks
, and wondering why on earth I was in law school, I ran across an article in the Harvard Law Review called The Irrepressible Myth of Erie.
We spend countless thousands of hours moving pages from right to left and left to right, with our noses stuck inside textbooks, treatises, hornbooks
, and whatever else publishers can bind in time for us to read before we graduate.