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University of Michigan Law School

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Michigan Law Review

Frankfurter (Felix)

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Yale, Marc Spindelman Jan 2004

Yale, Marc Spindelman

Michigan Law Review

Yale does have, as Nancy King has said, a story for every occasion. Many of my favorites - and I definitely have my share - reflect Yale's gaudium certaminis: his "joy of battle" in Gerald Gunther's helpful translation. Some of Yale's battles I have only heard or read about. A few of the more memorable ones from over the years include Yale's confrontations with Glanville Williams, Fred Inbau, Joe Grano, John Kaplan, James Vorenberg, Robert Bork, Malcolm Wilkey, Edward Barrett, and Yale's former teacher Herbert Wechsler. And let's not forget the numerous law-enforcement officials Yale caught ...


Of Standards For Extra-Judicial Behavior, Russell R. Wheeler Mar 1983

Of Standards For Extra-Judicial Behavior, Russell R. Wheeler

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Brandeis/Frankfurter Connection: The Secret Political Activities of Two Supreme Court Justices by Bruce Allen Murphy


Psycho-Enigmatizing Felix Frankfurter, Eugene Gressman Mar 1982

Psycho-Enigmatizing Felix Frankfurter, Eugene Gressman

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Enigma of Felix Frankfurter by H.N. Hirsch


A Psychohistorical View Of Mr. Justice Frankfurter, Andrew S. Watson Mar 1982

A Psychohistorical View Of Mr. Justice Frankfurter, Andrew S. Watson

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Enigma of Felix Frankfurter by H.N. Hirsch