Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence of University of Illinois deans Albert Harno and Russell Sullivan pertaining to National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), committee agendas and minutes, reports, model acts, digests and surveys of legislation, drafts, and related materials, concerning NCCUSL meetings, research in law schools, commercial code, consumer credit, liens, securities, rules of evidence, criminal statistics, past conviction procedures, and motor vehicle legislation
Columbia University Libraries,-- Bakhmeteff Archive
Class notes taken in the 1930s as a student at Moskovskiĭ i︠u︡ridicheskiĭ institut (Moscow Juridical Institute); materials reflecting Hazard's role, as an official of U.S. Foreign Economic Administration (FEA) and later of Office of the Foreign Liquidation Commissioner, in the lend-lease program to the USSR during World War II, including carbon copies of outgoing correspondence (1943-1946) and of office day journals (1941-1946), reports on the progress of aid to the USSR (1941-1944), and an FEA report entitled German Administration in the Baltic Area (1943); correspondence, mss. of writings, documents, and printed matter dealing with Vice President Henry Wallace's trip to the USSR in 1944; microfilm copy of Ustav Moskovskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta (1939); mss. of translations done for A Source Book of Russian History from Early Times to 1917 (1972), of which George Vernadsky was senior editor; three pamphlets from the series Biblioteka narodnogo sudʹi i narodnogo ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, speeches, course notes, and tax records, relating to Williams's activities as a lawyer and dean of Marquette University Law School
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,-- Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, and other papers, relating to admissions to the law school and recommendations of students, law societies, University of Illinois and its subunits, Illinois State Unfair Competition Act, Revised Federal Tax Lien Registration Act, and other topics. Organizations represented include American Bar Association, American Association of Law Schools, American Judicature Society, American Law Institute, Illinois State Bar Association, Law Alumni Association, and Ford Foundation. Correspondents include Supreme Court justice Charles E. Whittaker
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Chiefly correspondence, written by friends, colleagues, and Civil War comrades, written to Force during the post-war years, reflecting his continued interest in military organizations and reunions and the written history of the Civil War; together with miscellaneous materials -- Correspondents include Judson Harmon, Charles Colcock Jones, Charles Eliot Norton, Robert Stead, and U.S. congressman Bellamy Storer and his wife, artist, Maria Longworth Storer
University of Washington Libraries,-- University Archives
Committee files and course materials, relating to Harsch's activities as a teacher and a member of various university and state committees, including Governor's Mental Health and Mental Retardation Planning Committee (1964-1965), Washington Statute Law Committee (1953-1964), Washington Committee on State Government Organization (1954), and several committees of the University of Washington Faculty Senate (1950-1967) and the University of Washington School of Law (1961-1967)
Oberlin College Archives
Chiefly correspondence and other materials relating to Griswold's activities as member of Oberlin College Board of Trustees (1936-1976); together with oral history interview prepared by American College of Trial Lawyers (1989) covering Griswold's childhood in Cleveland, years at Oberlin College and Harvard Law School, European travels, legal career, and views on legal education, American legal history, and various Supreme Court justices. Topics include admissions, alumni affairs, budget, building construction, financial aid, the closing of Graduate School of Theology, the controversial termination of Orville C. Jones (1945), and various board committees
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Professor Edelman was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He graduated with a B.A. in economics in 1958 from Harvard, attended Harvard Law, and clerked on the Second Circuit for Judge Henry Friendly, and afterward, for U.S. Supreme Court justice Felix Frankfurter. He went on to practice law at a prestigious Wall Street law firm, was involved in liberal politics in Washington, and has been a professor of law at Georgetown University since 1982
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Explores Mr. Carano's career, from the early pro bono work during the Depression to his later expertise in the area of immigration law


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