Wayne G. Cook

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Position: 

Professor of Law

Biographical Information

Wayne G. Cook earned his LL.B. from the University of Iowa in 1913.  He served as a professor at the University of Iowa College of Law from 1923 until 1930. Before and after his time as a professor, he practiced law for many years in Davenport, Iowa.

Publications

Books

Wayne G. Cook, History of Iowa law of Civil Procedure (Iowa 1950)
Wayne G. Cook, Iowa Rules of Civil Procedure: Authoritive Treatment of the New Rules and their Construction (West 1944)
Wayne G. Cook, Iowa Statutes Arranged for Use in Probate Law and Practice (University of Iowa 1927)
Wayne G. Cook, Cases on Iowa Practice in Civil Actions (University of Iowa 1926)
Wayne G. Cook, Statutes and Cases on Attachment and Garnishment in Iowa (University of Iowa 1925)
Wayne G. Cook, Civil Procedure: Cases on Iowa Practice (University of Iowa 1924-1925)

Articles

Wayne G. Cook, "Commentaries on the New Iowa Rules of Civil Procedure: Introduction," 29 Iowa L. Rev. 1 (1943-1944)
Wayne G. Cook, "Equity Jurisdiction for the Construction of Wills," 21 Iowa L. Rev. 552 (1935-1936)
Wayne G. Cook, "Powers of Court and Judge," 15 Iowa L. Rev. 141 (1929-1930)
Wayne G. Cook, "The Rehearing Evil," 14 Iowa L. Rev. 36 (1928-1929)
Wayne G. Cook, "Recent Legislative Changes in Procedure," 13 Iowa L. Rev. 47 (1927-1928)
Wayne G. Cook, "Corrective Entries Nunc Pro Tunc Part II," 13 Iowa L. Rev. 426 (1927-1928)
Wayne G. Cook, "Corrective Entries Nunc Pro Tunc," 13 Iowa L. Rev. 241 (1927-1928)
Wayne G. Cook, "Classification of Cities for Superior Court Purposes," 12 Iowa L. Rev. 138 (1926-1927)
Wayne G. Cook, "Effect of Code Revision on Change of Venue in Municipal Courts," 11 Iowa L. Rev. 336 (1925-1926)
Wayne G. Cook, "Acceptance of Service outside the State as Affecting Jurisdiction," 11 Iowa L. Rev. 131 (1925-1926)
Wayne G. Cook , "Effect of the Abolition of the Equitable Demurrer in Iowa," 10 Iowa L. Rev. 193 (1924-1925)
Wayne G. Cook, "Special Appearance in Iowa," 10 Iowa L. Rev. 121 (1924-1925)