Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 6 of 6

Full-Text Articles in Law

Eleonora V. Eckert, Kent D. Syverud, Gregory P. Magarian, Christina B. Whitman, Rodney D. Martin Oct 1993

Eleonora V. Eckert, Kent D. Syverud, Gregory P. Magarian, Christina B. Whitman, Rodney D. Martin

Michigan Law Review

Tributes to Eleonora V. Eckert


Civil Liberties And Civil War: The Great Emancipator As Civil Libertarian, Paul Finkelman May 1993

Civil Liberties And Civil War: The Great Emancipator As Civil Libertarian, Paul Finkelman

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Fate of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties by Mark E. Neely, Jr.


A Biography Of The Second Justice Harlan, Louis R. Cohen May 1993

A Biography Of The Second Justice Harlan, Louis R. Cohen

Michigan Law Review

A Review of John Marshall: Great Dissenter of the Warren Court by Tinsley E. Yarbrough


Hoffa, James S. Beall May 1993

Hoffa, James S. Beall

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Hoffa by Arthur A. Sloane


Eleonora V. Eckert, Christina B. Whitman Jan 1993

Eleonora V. Eckert, Christina B. Whitman

Articles

One day, relatively early in my term as Editor-in-Chief of the Michigan Law Review, Ele Eckert came to me with a draft of a student note that had been given to our secretary for typing. The secretary had turned to Ele in despair. Page after page of yellow legal paper had been filled with minuscule pencil scratches and then elaborately decorated with even more minuscule additions and emendations. Red lines and blue lines and green lines, overlapping each other and occasionally blurring together, wove in and out among the pencil scratches. I asked the editor who had produced this colorful ...


Thomas G. S. Christensen, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1993

Thomas G. S. Christensen, Theodore J. St. Antoine

Articles

Exactly twenty years ago, I had the privilege of introducing Tom Christensen at the annual meeting of the ABA's Labor Relations Law Section. I had not known Tom well for any length of time (I still feel hesitant about calling him "Chris"), but we shared similar backgrounds, and there had been and would continue to be numerous intersections in our careers. We both were kids from the hinterlands (Tom from Iowa, and I from Vermont) who had succumbed to the bright lights of the east coast. Tom had also published my very first article as a rookie law teacher.