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Correspondence, notes, memoranda, and printed matter relating to Casner's activities in various professional organizations.
Papers relating to the professional life of Albert M. Sacks’s including tenure at Harvard Law School as both faculty (1952-1967, 1982-1990) and Dean (1971-1981), his co-authorship of The Legal Process with Henry Hart (pub. 1958), and presidency of American Association of Law Schools (1980-1981).
This collection contains materials relating to Sutherland's teaching, writing, research and professional activities, and to his interest in constitutional law.
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.
Papers related to Benjamin Kaplan's careers as a professor, writer, and judge.
The papers of Calvert Magruder relate to his professional career as a law teacher, judge and public servant. The largest group of papers consists of materials on the cases in which he wrote opinions.
Includes letters from Sumner to Charles C. Convers and Horace Gray, a letter from Francis Lieber, a page of manuscript mounted beneath a portrait of Sumner, and 19 letters to Mittermaier (photocopies).
Papers relating to David Charny's teaching and research, primarily as a faculty member of Harvard Law School (1984-2000).
This collection documents the professional career of David Westfall while a professor at the Harvard Law School. The collection consists almost entirely of his teaching and research materials, including syllabi and course material, exams, research notes, articles, and case reports.
Papers relating to Morgan's service as chief reporter for the American Law Institute's Model Code of Evidence, member of the Supreme Court's Advisory Committee on Rules for Civil Procedure, chairman of the War Shipping Panel of National War Labor Board, and chairman of the Dept. of Defense Committee on a Uniform Code of Military Justice. Also included are teaching notes, student theses, and other papers from his career at Harvard.
Papers relating to Thayer's student and teaching career at Harvard Law School, work as a practicing attorney, and involvement in professional affairs. Includes notes, financial records (1884-1891), and examination questions from his student days at Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and studies for the Massachusetts Bar Association and Carnegie Foundation on the quality and content of bar examinations and methods of teaching in American law schools.
Essays and book reviews by Harold Berman, largely relating to Soviet law, trade, or law and religion.
This collection contains letters to Lemuel Shaw, dated 1798-1857, from five other members of the Harvard College class of 1800: Timothy Boutelle, Timothy Flint, Abiel Holbrook, William Sawyer, and Daniel Kimball. A folder enclosed with the correspondence indicates Shaw was on a committee to collect biographical information on the class of 1800, and these letters, which date from their college days until late adulthood, may have been used to compile a class book.
Collection contains bound volumes of typescript briefs and, for later volumes, mimeographed briefs and issue sheets.
This collection consists of the records of the Harvard Law School Drama Society from 1961-1995, including scripts, scores, and materials relating to production.
This collection consists of Harvard Law School mid-year and final examinations in Braille from the years between 1950 and 1985.
This collection consists of handwritten notes of moot court cases taken by students. Notebooks were kept either by individual students or by groups. There are also several volumes of docket lists.
Annual examinations for the Harvard Law School.
This collection consists of selective records of the Program of Instruction for Lawyers between 1980 and 1992. Contained are reports to the faculty for five separate years, evaluation comments from participants, a directory, program catalogs, and a summation of advanced assignments.
The memoranda and notes of Stanley S. Surrey concerning the Committee on the Legal Services Institute, of which he was the chairman, and two copies of the December 1, 1981 report of the committee.
This collection includes materials relating chiefly to MacLachlan's activities as teacher, writer, and expert in bankruptcy law. The bulk of the collection (1932-1959) relates to his role as member of the National Bankruptcy Conference. It includes material relating to Harvard Law School matters, JAM's pre-World War II intervention activities, efforts for the Atlantic Union (1949-1959), cases in which he served as counsel, and personal affairs.
Papers contain miscellaneous correspondence, moot court papers, miscellaneous teaching notes on Roman law and Thayer's research in Roman and early English law. Holograph research notes also available in photocopy and microfilm. Papers also include 2 drawers of 4"x 6" index cards.
The James Vorenberg Papers encompass Vorenberg's career as both an educator and a public servant. Most of the collection reflects his time at Harvard as both Law School Dean and Professor. His government work is evidenced by records from the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission and the Watergate files.