Guide To Ac013 - Faculty Biographies, Course Descriptions, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac013 - Faculty Biographies, Course Descriptions, Jona Whipple
Faculty Biographies, Course Descriptions, 1998-2002
Publications commissioned by Chicago-Kent College of Law between the years 1998-2002, actual run of print publications is unknown.
"Feminist Lawyers And Political Change In Modern France, 1900-1940." In Eva Schandevyl Ed., Women In Law And Law-Making In The Nineteenth And Twentieth Century Europe, Chapter 2. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014: 45-73., 2014 DePaul University
"Feminist Lawyers And Political Change In Modern France, 1900-1940." In Eva Schandevyl Ed., Women In Law And Law-Making In The Nineteenth And Twentieth Century Europe, Chapter 2. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014: 45-73., Sara L. Kimble
School for New Learning Faculty Publications
This research considers how French female lawyers participated in legal reform during the period from 1900 to 1940. Frenchwomen were admitted to the legal profession in 1900 by an act of parliament and this reform brought political implications in its wake. My research on the first cadres of female lawyers illustrates that that they were unusually political active. As unequal members of the profession and unequal citizens in the society many of these new professionals engaged in a vigorous defense of equality and justice.
Locke V. United States And The Definition Of Probable Cause In U.S. Civil Forfeiture Proceedings, 2014 University of Maryland - Baltimore
Locke V. United States And The Definition Of Probable Cause In U.S. Civil Forfeiture Proceedings, Benjamin Groff
Legal History Publications
United States civil forfeiture laws are rooted in admiralty in rem forfeiture proceedings that go back to mid-1700s English customs law, and a statute called the Act of Frauds. The procedure was born of the necessity of international marine trade. Similarly, when it came to using in rem seizure to enforce the customs laws, the Crown used a burden shifting presumption that was also born of necessity. Vessel owners were required to come forward and exculpate their vessel once the Crown showed probable cause of a violation. In Locke v. United States, Justice Marshall upheld that burden shifting presumption and ...
Manro V. Almeida: Piracy, Maritime Torts, And Attachment In Rem, 2014 University of Maryland - Baltimore
Manro V. Almeida: Piracy, Maritime Torts, And Attachment In Rem, Stephanie Owen
Legal History Publications
In 1820, Captain Joseph Almeida, on the Bolivar and under South American colors, pursued and captured the Spanish ship Santiago off the coast of the Chesapeake Bay. On board was $5000 in specie owned by a small group of Baltimore merchants. The Baltimore merchants brought a libel against Captain Almeida and requested an attachment in rem to force Captain Almeida to answer for the maritime tort. Although the attachment initially issued, the lower court restored Captain Almeida’s goods. In 1825, the United States Supreme Court ruled that attachment in rem was a proper remedy for a maritime tort.
The Child Independence Is Born: James Otis And Writs Of Assistance, 2014 University of New Hampshire
The Child Independence Is Born: James Otis And Writs Of Assistance, James M. Farrell
This chapter is a reexamination of the Writs of Assistance speech by James Otis. In particular, it is a reconsideration of the evidence upon which rests the historical reputation of Otis’s address. Are the claims by historians who credit Otis with sparking the Revolutionary movement in colonial America warranted or not? That reassessment begins with a detailed review of the nature and function of writs of assistance within the political, legal, and economic environment of colonial Massachusetts. It then turns to an analysis of the legal dispute over writs of assistance in the 1761 trial. From there we will ...
Guide To Ac010 - The Commentator, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac010 - The Commentator, Jona Whipple
The Commentator, 1961-2011
The Commentator is the official IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law student newspaper, an entirely student-generated and managed publication covering Chicago-Kent news and events as well as issues pertinent to the law school community. The Commentator highlights student, faculty, and alumni achievements, delivers news on student organizations, and provides a forum for student and faculty op-eds and letters to the editor.
The first issue of The Commentator was printed on November 6, 1950 (by the Junior Bar Association) and was titled The Kent Commentator until 1975, when the title was represented as Chicago-Kent’s Commentator. Between 1975 and ...
Guide To Ac012 - Chicago-Kent Magazine, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac012 - Chicago-Kent Magazine, Jona Whipple
Chicago-Kent Magazine, 2001-2013
The Chicago-Kent Magazine was first published in Fall of 2001 as a magazine-format replacement for the previous alumni newsletter, Citations, which ceased publication in 2000. The Chicago-Kent Magazine contains alumni news, faculty and class notes, law school news, student competition highlights, and alumni profiles.
Related collection(s): Citations
Guide To Ac008 - Dean's Reports, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac008 - Dean's Reports, Jona Whipple
Dean's Reports, 1988-2013
The collection of Dean’s Reports includes reports issued between the years of 1988-2013. Deans during the time period include Lew Collens, Hank Perritt, and Harold Krent. Each dean’s report includes a special focus on Chicago-Kent College of Law programs, institutes and centers, as well as alumni features and donor lists.
Guide To Ac009 - Student Handbooks, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac009 - Student Handbooks, Jona Whipple
Student Handbooks, 1976-1997
The IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law student handbooks collection consists of titles that were produced to orient incoming students and transfer students, or to provide general information to the student body at large.
Guide To Ac011 - Citations, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac011 - Citations, Jona Whipple
The Chicago-Kent alumni newsletter was first published as Chicago-Kent Citations in 1980. In 1989, the title was changed to Citations, and the 2000 issue was the final issue in the series. In 2002, a new alumni newsletter was published in magazine format, the Chicago-Kent Magazine.
Issues created between 1980 and 2000 included news of the school, alumni news, dean appointments, and other items of interest to Chicago-Kent alumni. Of specific interest are details on the fundraising campaign and groundbreaking of the new building at 565 W. Adams Street in downtown Chicago, as well as notable alumni news over ...
Guide To Ac015 - Student Directories, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac015 - Student Directories, Jona Whipple
Student Directories, 1992-1994
The Student Directory was published with information provided by the office of the Registrar in cooperation with the Office of Administration, Finance and CLE. Directories published the names, addresses, and phone numbers of registered students as a service intended to foster close relationships among students. The dates of the first and last paper directories are unknown. A directory of current students is now accessible via the Web for Students portal on the IIT Chicago-Kent website.
Guide To Ac016 - Chicago-Kent News, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac016 - Chicago-Kent News, Jona Whipple
Chicago-Kent News, 1935-1937
From 1935 through 1944, two members of the faculty, Harry Osgood and Roger Severns, published an eight-page journal, the Chicago-Kent News. Half of the journal was dedicated to notes concerning alumni, including letters of guidance and inspiration from notably successful alums, and the remainder dealt with current activities at Chicago-Kent. The journal did not contain jokes, cartoons, or other light material — it was primarily for public relations purposes. Only seven issues were published.
Guide To Ac017 - Alumni Directories, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac017 - Alumni Directories, Jona Whipple
Alumni Directories, 1907-2002
The inaugural issue of the Alumni Directory was published after the 19th year of scholarship at Chicago-Kent College of Law as a tribute to the success of the school. Later copies were printed to foster relationships between alumni. Early copies of the Directory were printed and distributed by the secretary’s office, with later copies (post-1969) produced by the Alumni Association. The final copy issued in print was the 2002 release. The current Alumni Directory is available to students and alumni on the Chicago-Kent College of Law Alumni Association website.
Guide To Ac018 - Records Of The Board Of Overseers, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac018 - Records Of The Board Of Overseers, Jona Whipple
Records of the Board of Overseers, 1990-1997
The Chicago-Kent Board of Overseers is an advisory body responsible for government of the law school. Much of the work of the Board of Overseers took place through smaller committees, such as the Dean Search Committee, Student Life Committee, Development Committee, Library Committee, and Membership Committee. In the early 90s, board members were selected by members to serve 1 or 3-year terms, with six ex-officio members.
The chairman of the Board of Overseers in 1990 was David B. Horn (’76), followed by John R. Schmidt of Mayer Brown LLP in 1998. Thomas A ...
Guide To Ac019 - Records Of The Advisory Board, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac019 - Records Of The Advisory Board, Jona Whipple
Records of the Advisory Board, 1968-1975
The Chicago-Kent College of Law Advisory Board was formed in 1969 when Chicago-Kent College of Law became a part of IIT. Upon the merger, the Board was formed from the 18 members of the former Chicago-Kent Board of Trustees and was intended to govern the school based on assignments from IIT. The board was discontinued in the late 1970s.
The first elected chairman of the Advisory Board was E. Douglas Schwantes (‘29) until February 1970, followed by Clair W. Furlong (’26) until November 1970, when David A. Vogel (’51) became the final chairman.
Guide To Ac020 - Records Of The Board Of Trustees, 2014 Chicago-Kent College of Law
Guide To Ac020 - Records Of The Board Of Trustees, Jona Whipple
Records of the Board of Trustees, 1936-1970
The Chicago-Kent College of Law Board of Trustees was responsible for financial management and the overarching policies that guided the trajectory of the university. By 1936, the earliest of records in existence, 5 trustee members were elected annually. Duties remained the same over time with the exception of increased committee activity in later years, beginning in the late 1950s. At some point between the years of 1954 and 1958, records of meeting minutes indicate a change in name from Board of Trustees to Board of Trustees, Directors and Members, and an increase in ...
Book Review (Reviewing International Law In The Us. Supreme Court: Continuity And Change (David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey, And Williams. Dodge Eds., 2011))., 2014 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Book Review (Reviewing International Law In The Us. Supreme Court: Continuity And Change (David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey, And Williams. Dodge Eds., 2011))., Jean Galbraith
No abstract provided.
Introduction To The Workplace Constitution From The New Deal To The New Right, 2014 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Introduction To The Workplace Constitution From The New Deal To The New Right, Sophia Z. Lee
Today, most American workers do not have constitutional rights on the job. As The Workplace Constitution shows, this outcome was far from inevitable. Instead, American workers have a long history of fighting for such rights. Beginning in the 1930s, civil rights advocates sought constitutional protections against racial discrimination by employers and unions. At the same time, a conservative right-to-work movement argued that the Constitution protected workers from having to join or support unions. Those two movements, with their shared aim of extending constitutional protections to American workers, were a potentially powerful combination. But they sought to use those protections to ...
The First Disestablishment: Limits On Church Power And Property Before The Civil War, 2014 University of Pennsylvania Law School
The First Disestablishment: Limits On Church Power And Property Before The Civil War, Sarah Barringer Gordon
No abstract provided.
The Clerks Of The Four Horsemen, 2014 Notre Dame Law School
The Clerks Of The Four Horsemen, Barry Cushman
The names of Holmes clerks such as Tommy Corcoran and Francis Biddle, of Brandeis clerks such as Dean Acheson and Henry Friendly, and of Stone clerks such as Harold Leventhal and Herbert Wechsler ring down the pages of history. But how much do we really know about Carlyle Baer, Tench Marye, or Milton Musser? This article follows the interesting and often surprising lives and careers of the men who clerked for the Four Horsemen - Justices Van Devanter, McReynolds, Sutherland, and Butler. These biographical sketches confound easy stereotypes, and prove the adage that law, like politics, can make for strange bedfellows.