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A Model Judicial Biography, Gerald Gunther May 1999

A Model Judicial Biography, Gerald Gunther

Michigan Law Review

I have long been a fan of the Michigan Law Review's annual book review issue. I was therefore particularly delighted to read the Introduction to last year's issue, the twentieth anniversary of this ingenious and, I think, unique law review format. Michigan professor Carl Schneider wrote that opening piece. Schneider brought excellent credentials to the writing of his witty and thoughtful essay: he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review twenty years ago, and thus present at the creation of the book review issue. His thoughtful Introduction states, accurately I believe, that the book review issue "is the best ...


Turning The Tide In The Civil Rights Revolution: Elbert Tuttle And The Desegregation Of The University Of Georgia, Anne S. Emanuel Jan 1999

Turning The Tide In The Civil Rights Revolution: Elbert Tuttle And The Desegregation Of The University Of Georgia, Anne S. Emanuel

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. So it was in 1960 when Elbert Tuttle became the Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the federal appellate court with jurisdiction over most of the Deep South. Part of the genius of the Republic lies in the carefully calibrated structure of the federal courts of appeal. One assumption underlying the structure is that judges from a particular state might bear an allegiance to the interests of that state, which would be reflected in their opinions. Forming panels of judges from each of several states is supposed ...


Some Observations On Teaching From The "Pioneer" Generation, James E. Jones Jr. Jan 1999

Some Observations On Teaching From The "Pioneer" Generation, James E. Jones Jr.

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

A paper from the perspective of the "pioneer" generation.


A Tribute To John Jackson, Jeffrey S. Lehman Jan 1999

A Tribute To John Jackson, Jeffrey S. Lehman

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


A Tribute To Professor John Jackson, Thomas Cottier Jan 1999

A Tribute To Professor John Jackson, Thomas Cottier

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


A Tribute To John H. Jackson, William J. Davey Jan 1999

A Tribute To John H. Jackson, William J. Davey

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


The Expedition To Darkest Geneva, Robert E. Hudec Jan 1999

The Expedition To Darkest Geneva, Robert E. Hudec

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


John H. Jackson And The University Of Michigan, Harold K. Jacobson Jan 1999

John H. Jackson And The University Of Michigan, Harold K. Jacobson

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


My Association With John Jackson, Mitsuo Matsushita Jan 1999

My Association With John Jackson, Mitsuo Matsushita

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


"International Financial Law," An Increasingly Important Component Of "International Economic Law": A Tribute To Professor John H. Jackson, Joseph J. Norton Jan 1999

"International Financial Law," An Increasingly Important Component Of "International Economic Law": A Tribute To Professor John H. Jackson, Joseph J. Norton

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


On The Constitution Of John H. Jackson, Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Jan 1999

On The Constitution Of John H. Jackson, Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


John H. Jackson: Master Of Policy- And The Good Life, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1999

John H. Jackson: Master Of Policy- And The Good Life, Theodore J. St. Antoine

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


For John: A Tribute To A Scholar And Friend, Alan O. Sykes Jan 1999

For John: A Tribute To A Scholar And Friend, Alan O. Sykes

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


John Jackson And The Founding Of The World Trade Organization: Empiricism, Theory And Institutional Imagination, Joel P. Trachtman Jan 1999

John Jackson And The Founding Of The World Trade Organization: Empiricism, Theory And Institutional Imagination, Joel P. Trachtman

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


Remarks On John H. Jackson For A Celebratory Dinner At The University Of Michigan Law School, Feb 25, 1998. (Slightly Revised, Jan 17, 1999), Alan V. Deardorff Jan 1999

Remarks On John H. Jackson For A Celebratory Dinner At The University Of Michigan Law School, Feb 25, 1998. (Slightly Revised, Jan 17, 1999), Alan V. Deardorff

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


The House That Jackson Built: Restructuring The Gatt System, Robert L. Howse Jan 1999

The House That Jackson Built: Restructuring The Gatt System, Robert L. Howse

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


A Tribute To John Jackson, Debra P. Steger Jan 1999

A Tribute To John Jackson, Debra P. Steger

Michigan Journal of International Law

A Tribute to John H. Jackson


In Memoriam: Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Christina B. Whitman Jan 1999

In Memoriam: Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Christina B. Whitman

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At the time of his resignation, Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr. was justly praised as a moderate, flexible jurist - open-minded, suspicious of ideology, most often found at the center of a divided Supreme Court. Yet Justice Powell was a man of deeply conservative instincts. Suspicious of invitations to expand the scope of individual constitutional rights, he was a participant and even a leader in the Court's reassertion of a federalism that emphasized deference to states and in its reinvigoration of restrictions on access to federal courts. His jurisprudence was all of a piece. Justice Powell's reluctance to expand ...


John H. Jackson: Master Of Policy - And The Good Life (A Tribute To John Jackson), Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1999

John H. Jackson: Master Of Policy - And The Good Life (A Tribute To John Jackson), Theodore J. St. Antoine

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A faculty can make no prouder boast than the claim that some of its members are the preeminent figures in the country in their particular fields. During my years at Michigan, I believe that claim could fairly be made for at least eleven of our colleagues. For obvious reasons, I shall not reveal my complete list. On a celebratory occasion like this, however, I trust it will not seem indiscreet for me to name John Jackson as one of my choices. I shall leave the more nuanced assessments of John's work to the experts. But from my nonspecialist's ...