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Overview: Papers relating to Wylie's legal practice and his work as judge of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
Overview: The collection is comprised of 88 criminal and 119 civil court judgments between 1881 and 1890.
Scope and Contents: The Antonin Scalia papers document Scalia's professional life as a federal judge, law professor and legal scholar, beginning with his professorship at the University of Virginia and extending through his tenure on the Supreme Court. The majority (approximately 65-70%) of the collection consists of Supreme Court and Court of Appeals files. The remaining 30-35% of the collection contains correspondence, speaking engagement and event files, photographs, pre-judicial career material such as...
Overview: Archibald Cox's papers relate to the various aspects of his professional/private and professional/public activities, with a relatively small group reflecting on his personal life.
Overview: This collection contains materials relating to Sutherland's teaching, writing, research and professional activities, and to his interest in constitutional law.
Overview: The Loring Collection primarily consists of material on trusts and related legal issues, but also contains papers related to the publishing of Loring's book, A Trustee's Handbook, and some material from his two terms as a state senator.
Overview: The bulk of the correspondence in this collection relates to Scott's activities as law teacher and legal scholar, and to his work as an authority in the fields of trusts and civil procedure. Other material relates to his service as clerk of the Ames Foundation (1920-1966); member of the board of the Harvard Cooperative Society (1940's and 1950's); and miscellaneous writings concerning the history of the Harvard Law School and his courses at the Rutgers U. School of Banking.
Overview: This collection containes materials relating to Keeton's Automobile Claims Study. The Study was initiated in 1963 to survey the automobile insurance system, suggest reform by introducing a new concept of liability in automobile accidents, and propose legislation based on the new concept. The Study focused in particular on circumstances in Massachusetts, and it led to the passage of the Massachusetts Personal Injury Protection Act of 1970 and subsequent acts.
Overview: Papers relating to the life of Belle Mayer Zeck including documents from her involvement in the trial of I.G. Farben at Nuremberg (1946-1948), her work in the Treasury Department (1942-1948), and her personal life in Suffern, New York (1948-2002).
Overview: This collection consists of materials relating to motion picture censorship gathered by Deinard for his S.J.D. thesis, Some Legal and Historical Aspects of Motion Picture Censorship, by Benedict Spinoza Deinard (HLS '22).