The Problem of Riggs v. Palmer (Equity and Statutory Law)


Continuing with this part of the blog, from time to time, I am adding more of the Power Points I use in my own course at the Charleston School of Law in Equity. You will note that I often start a new class by reviewing quickly the key points of a prior class or two. In my own opinion, this sometimes helps students pick up what I think are the real “take aways” from the prior classes. Of course, as always, I am happy to hear comments – pro or con. (after all that is the world we all live in) 

 –Spitz

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