David Dudley Field II

David Dudley Field II (February 13, 1805April 13, 1894) was an American lawyer and law reformer who made major contributions to the development of American civil procedure. His greatest accomplishment was engineering the move away from common law pleading towards code pleading, which culminated in the enactment of the Field Code in 1850 by the state of New York. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1886
Printed for the Law Academy [by] Collins Printing House

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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1873
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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1891
Review Pub. Co

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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1887
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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1873
Russell Bros

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by Field, David Dudley
Published 1851
W.C. Bryant

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by Strong, John Ruggles
Published 1881
H. Bessey
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by Leavitt, John Brooks
Published 1886
Evening Post Job Print. Office
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by Bentham, Jeremy
Published 1882
J. Polhemus, printer
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