Vanderbilt Law Review

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Although there are many problems arising under the Workmen's Compensation Laws of Tennessee, it appears that here, as elsewhere, the most difficult questions are those arising out of the interpretation of the phrases "injury by accident," "arising out of," and "in the course of," employment. The present study is therefore limited to a consideration of these three particular problems, and does not purport to be a comprehensive treatment of the entire topic of Workmen's Compensation Law in Tennessee.