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Short-term Trusts: A Good, Short Summary of How They Save Taxes under 1954 Code, 7 J. Tax’n 16 (1957).
Note, Act 296, Comparative Negligence (Amendment), 11 Ark. L. Rev. 391 (1957).
Recent Developments in the Law of Judgments, 10 Ark. L. Rev. 468 (1956).
Act 191, Comparative Negligence, 9 Ark. L. Rev. 357 (1955).
Case Note, 8 Ark. L. Rev. 184 (1954).
Case Note, 9 Ark. L. Rev. 59 (1954).
Comment, Judicial Regulation of Procedure, 9 Ark. L. Rev. 146 (1954).