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University of Michigan Law School Faculty Bibliography: Joiner, Charles W. (1947-1968, 1988-2017)

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Bibliography

Books

  • Trials and Appeals: Cases and Materials. D. Karlen, co-author. American Casebook Series, Hornbook Series. St. Paul, Minn.: West, 1971. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • Civil Justice and the Jury. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1962.
  • The Michigan Constitution and the Judiciary. Lansing, Mich.: Constitutional Convention Preparatory Commission, 1961.
  • Judicial Administration at the Appellate Level—Michigan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Law School, 1959.
  • Trials and Appeals: Cases, Text, Statutes, Rules, and Forms. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1957.
  • Jurisdiction and Judgments: Cases and Statutes. W. W. Blume, co-author. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1952.
  • Civil Procedure: Trials and Appeals. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Overbeck, 1951.
  • Introduction to Civil Procedure. E. B. Stason and W. W. Blume, co-authors. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Overbeck, 1950.
  • Civil Procedure: Cases and Statutes on Jurisdiction and Judgments. W. W. Blume, co-author. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Overbeck, 1949.

Book Chapters

  • "Memorandum Concerning Article XVI of the Michigan Constitution." J. F. DeWitt, co-author. In Miscellaneous Problems, 20-30. Lansing, Mich.: Constitutional Convention Preparatory Commission, 1961.
  • "Impeachment and Removal in Michigan." J. F. DeWitt, co-author. In Miscellaneous Problems, 10-9. Lansing, Mich.: Constitutional Convention Preparatory Commission, 1961.

Journal Articles

  • "Michigan Supreme Court History: The Impact of the 1961 Constitutional Convention." Mich. B.J. 76, no. 1 (1997): 14-7.
  • "Our System of Justice and the Trial Advocate." USF L. Rev. 24 (1989): 1-24.
  • "Corporations as Citizens of Every State Where They Do Business: A Needed Change in Diversity Jurisdiction." Judicature 70, no. 5 (1987): 291-7. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "The Recognition of Foreign Country Money Judgments by American Courts." Am. J. Comp. L. Supplement 34 (1986): 193-223. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Fairness in Teaching Advocacy." U. Mich. J.L. Reform 18, no. 2 (1985): 283-91. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Orwell Was Wrong! Personal Privacy and Human Dignity Still Exist in 1984." Comm. Law. 2, no. 1 (1984): 1, 16-8. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "The Controversy Surrounding the Rights of Indirect Purchases to Recover." Antitrust L.J. 49, no. 3 (1980): 1001-14. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "A Judge Looks at the Teaching of Criminal Law." Wayne L. Rev. 27, no. 1 (1980): 405-11. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Teaching Professional Responsibility." ABA J. 64, no. 4 (1978): 551-3. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "To Be a Good Judge, I Need Good Lawyers - and to Get Good Lawyers, We Need Something More Than Three Years of Law School." Learning & L. 2, no. 2 (1975): 49-51. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Specialization in the Law." Fla. B.J. 48, no. 3 (1974): 163-7. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Limiting Publication of Judicial Opinions." Judicature 56, no. 5 (1972): 195-9. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Law Schools Will Broaden and Deepen." Mich. St. B.J. 48, no. 1 (1969): 37-43. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Fog in the Courts and at the Bar: Archaic Procedures, and a Breakdown of Justice." Tex. L. Rev. 47, no. 6 (1969): 968-76. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "The Three 'Ls'—Lawyers, Legal Education and Law Reform." Ins. Couns. J. 34 (1967): 543-7.
  • "Role of the Law School in the Organized Bar." Fla. B.J. 40 (1966): 84-90.
  • "Philosophy and Legal Vocationalism: A Plea for Flexibility in Content and Timing." J. Legal Educ. 19, no. 2 (1966): 178-82.
  • "Lawyer Attitudes toward Law and Procedural Reform." Judicature 50 (1966): 23-7.
  • "Court of Disunion." Mich. St. B.J. 43 (1964): 34-6.
  • "Third-Party Procedure: An Important Weapon and Anticipated Problems." Bull. St. B. Mich. Negl. L. Sec., no. 61 (1963): 8-19.
  • "Jury Trials." Pitt. Legal J. 110, no. 52 (1962): 501.
  • "The Judicial System of Michigan." U. Det. L.J. 38 (1961): 505-35.
  • "Whole Lawyers or Client Caretakers?" Student Law. 5 (1960): 5-6.
  • "Rule-Making Power and the Exertion of Judicial Leadership in the Field of Evidence Reform." Ins. Couns. J. 26 (1959): 57-60.
  • "Law Equity Merger in Michigan." R. A. Geddes, co-author. Mich. St. B.J. 38 (1959): 39-50.
  • "1959 Conference on Legal Education: The Law Schools Look Ahead." Inter-Am. L. Rev. 1 (1959): 433-40.
  • "Michigan Procedural Revision: A Partial Set of Rules." Mich. St. B.J. 38 (1958): 7-13.
  • "Federal Uniform Rules of Evidence." J. Nat'l Ass'n Ref. Bankr. 32 (1958): 103-6.
  • "The Union of Law and Equity: A Prerequisite to Procedural Revision." R. A. Geddes, co-author. Mich. L. Rev. 55 (1957): 1059-114.
  • "Rules of Practice and Procedure: A Study of Judicial Rule Making." O. J. Miller, co-author. Mich. L. Rev. 55 (1957): 623-54.
  • "Judicial Rule Making in Michigan." O. J. Miller, co-author. Mich. St. B.J. 36 (1957): 26-38.
  • "Coming Deluge: How Goes our Ark?" J. Legal Educ. 9 (1957): 466-72.
  • "Trial Brief—The Lawyer's Battle Plan and Ammunition." Wis. B. Bull. 29 (1956): 31–3, 36, 42–50.
  • "Michigan Procedural Revision—The Bar, the Courts, and the Legislature Work Together." Mich. St. B.J. 35 (1956): 57-60.
  • "Trial Brief—The Lawyer's Battle Plan and Ammunition." Prac. Law. 1 (1955): 53-62.
  • "Specialization in the Law: Control It or It Will Destroy the Profession." ABA J. 41 (1955): 1105-8, 1170-2.
  • "Proposed Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure." Mich. St. B.J. 33 (1954): 46-51.
  • "Legal Education: Extent to Which 'Know-How' in Practice Should Be Taught in Law Schools." J. Legal Educ. 6 (1954): 295-301.
  • "Teaching Civil Procedure: The Michigan Plan." J. Legal Educ. 5 (1953): 459-74.
  • "Specialization in Law? The Medical Profession Shows the Way." ABA J. 39 (1953): 539-43.
  • "Let's Have Michigan Torts Decided in Michigan Courts." Mich. St. B.J. 31 (1952): 5-12.
  • "Lawyers of Today and the Bar of Tomorrow." J. Am. Judicature Soc'y 33 (1950): 141-3.
  • "Continuing Legal Education." Mich. St. B.J. 29 (1950): 5-6, 8.
  • "Motion Pictures and Practice Litigation: Michigan Law School Introduces a New Technique." ABA J. 35 (1949): 185-8, 274-5.
  • "Motion Pictures as a Basis for Practice Litigation." Mich. St. B.J. 27 (1948): 26-9.
  • "Determination of Controversies without a Factual Trial." Iowa L. Rev. 32 (1947): 417-35.
  • "Analysis, Criticism, Comparison and Suggested Corrections of the Copyright Law of the United States Relative to Mechanical Reproduction of Music." Copyright L. Symp. 2 (1939): 43-70. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)

Reviews

  • Review of Report of the Arden House Conference on Continuing Legal Education for Professional Competence and Responsibility. ABA J. 45 (1959): 1299-300.
  • Review of Federal Courts and the Federal System, by H. M. Hart and H. Wechsler. La. L. Rev. 14 (1954): 722-5.
  • Review of Advocacy, Its Principles and Practice, by R. K. Soonavala. Mich. L. Rev. 52 (1954): 473-4.
  • Review of How to Prepare a Case for Trial, by E. L. Biskind, and How to Win Lawsuits before Juries, by L. W. Lake. Mich. L. Rev. 53 (1954): 157-8.
  • Review of Cases and Other Materials on Modern Procedure and Judicial Administration, by A. T. Vanderbilt. Mich. L. Rev. 51 (1953): 616-7.
  • Review of Primer of Procedure, by D. Karlen. Mich. L. Rev. 49 (1951): 926-7.
  • Review of Minimum Standards of Judicial Administration, by A. T. Vanderbilt. Notre Dame Law. 25 (1950): 789-90.

Other Publications

  • M. M. Schroeder and T. R. Kupferman, co-authors. Foreword to Copyright L. Symp. vol. 30 (1983): vii-x. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "The Judiciary." In Con-Con: Issues for the Illinois Constitutional Convention: Papers, by The Constitutional Research Group; edited by V. Ranney. Urbana: University Illinois Press, 1970. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • "Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics: Opinion 320." B. E. Gates et al., co-authors. ABA J. 54, no. 5 (1968): 476-81. (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.)
  • Introduction to Symposium "Post-War Thinking about the Rule of Law." Mich. L. Rev. 59 (1961): 485–6.
  • Foreword to The Law Schools Look Ahead, Proceedings of the 1959 Conference on Legal Education and Contributions by the Participants; the Twelfth Annual Summer Institute Sponsored by the University of Michigan Law School, June 15-18, 1959. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1959.

Reprints

  • "Trial Brief—The Lawyer's Battle Plan and Ammunition." Okla. B. Ass'n J. 27 (1956): 979-92. (Originally published under the same title in Wis. B. Bull. 29 (1956): 31-3, 36, 42-50.)