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26 Mar Wigmore's great work continues to influence the law of evidence as we move into the 21st century. From doctrinal considerations such as the. Although Wigmore's influence on the modern American law of evidence remains substantial, the primary modern doctrinal. WIGMORE ON EVIDENCE: THIRD EDITION*. Charles T. McCormlckt. REVIEW of this massive edition of the great treatise must neces- sarily be founded only on.
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Wigmore on Evidence. Evidence in Trials at Common Law. Cumulative Supplement. John Henry Wigmore. Arthur Best. New York: Wolters Kluwer Law. This article analyses the influence of Wigmore on Australian evidence law and scholarship over the last century. marks the th anniversary of Wigmore's . Vols. I and IA revised by Peter Tillers; vols. III-VII and IX revised by James H. Chadbourn; vol VIII revised by John T. McNaughton; vol. XI: index by Dorothy. Note: Volume 5, a supplement containing the statutes and judicial decisions, Boston, On spine: Wigmore on evidence. Physical Description: 5.