Book Reviews

Although the three lectures contained in this volume are propounded as a “trinity,” the reader will not find in them that unity which is of the essence of a trinity, as distinguished from an aggregate of three. The author proposes a “triune division” of legal science, Past, Present and Future. But the first lecture deals with a particular phase of the past, the second with a remotely related phase of the present, and the last with a quite unrelated phase of the future, so that they have little in common, save the brilliance that sparkles through them all.