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“‘Hutchins & Bunker’s Illustrative Cases on Equity Jurisprudence” is a recently published collection of 286 cases, selected by Dean Harry B. Hutchins and Prof. Robert E. Bunker, both of the University of Michigan. These cases cover the entire subject of Equity Jurisprudence, and are classified according to the arrangement that is followed in Eaton on Equity….” -- American Law School Review 1, no.1 (1902): 30, “Recent Legal Publications.”

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Casebooks, Equity jurisprudence, University of Michigan Law School


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Illustrative Cases on Equity Jurisprudence