Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Papers relating to Wylie's legal practice and his work as judge of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
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.
This collection mainly consists of photocopies of the correspondence and drafts of Benjamin N. Cardozo and his secretary (1918-1937), a notebook entitled Constitutional History of England, and petitions for writs of certiorari U.S. Supreme Court, Oct. Term 1932.
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.
Correspondence, speeches, articles, etc., of Catharine Waugh McCulloch, suffragist and lawyer.
Chiefly personal and professional correspondence together with legal briefs, memos, and other types of legal documents. Correspondence concerns Wyzanski's professional and personal life, national matters, and Harvard affairs.
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.
Material in this collection deals with Interstate Commerce Commission Cases, Harvard Law School matters, and Dumbauld's appointment as U.S.. District Judge.
Edward Holmes was Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr's nephew. The Edward J. Holmes collection of materials relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and his family consists of correspondence, estate matters, and various family documents.
Eldon R. (Eldon Revare) James papers relating to his position as Adviser in Foreign Affairs to the Siamese Government
Contains materials relating to the drafting of revisions for criminal and/or civil law in Austrailia (1906-1910) and in post-World War I Germany. There are also materials relating to Lammasch's participation in Second Hague Peace Conference, 1907-1908.
This collection contains materials chiefly relating to personal and family affairs, but also includes miscellaneous material relating to Westengard's work in Siam as adviser to the government, 1903-1915, and papers and notes relating to his work as a Harvard Law School professor.
These materials constitute the working papers of a sitting federal judge. Judge Dooling's special expertise was in patent cases. His Court (Eastern District of New York) also included a large proportion of immigration and exclusion of aliens cases, and cases growing out of integration in the New York school system.
Papers reflect four aspects of Brooks' professional and personal life: his activities and concerns as attorney and judge; his championship of civil liberties; his efforts on behalf of international cooperation; and his personal relationships and interests.
This is a collection of the Associate Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, Louis Dembitz Brandeis. It consists of chiefly working papers (1916-1939) for cases in which Brandeis wrote an opinion.
Research materials created or collected by Mark De Wolfe Howe in his capacity as the official biographer of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
The Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Addenda consists of items regarding Holmes's life, family, and work, which were donated to the library by various parties after the primary collection of his papers was made available to the public. The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks and diaries, clippings, reprints, and family papers dating to the mid-nineteenth century.
Papers of Caroline K. Simon, lawyer, judge, and Secretary of State of New York.
Biographical material, addresses, court decisions, etc., of Florence Ellinwood Allen, first woman lawyer appointed to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, for the Sixth Circuit.