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The Lutheran Lawyer: Some Reflections On The Ethics Contributions Of Susan Martyn, Marie Failinger 2015 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

The Lutheran Lawyer: Some Reflections On The Ethics Contributions Of Susan Martyn, Marie Failinger

Faculty Scholarship

Recently, Professor Susan Martyn, who is honored in this tribute issue, contributed to a forthcoming volume on Lutheran theological views of secular law of which I am co-editor. Ever the professional, Professor Martyn expressed initial uncertainty about her ability to make a contribution to this volume without more theological expertise. Not to worry, Professor Martyn's prodigious work ethic and creative lawyering produced an insightful chapter entitled, "Can Luther Help Modem Lawyers Understand Fiduciary Duty?" As it turns out, she argued, Martin Luther can help modem lawyers because he understood the ancient roots of fiduciary law that lie at the ...


One Of The Perfect People, Ann Puckett 2015 University of Georgia School of Law

One Of The Perfect People, Ann Puckett

Scholarly Works

This Article eulogizes Nancy P. Johnson.


Jack Sammons As Therapist, Jospeh Vining 2015 University of Michigan Law School

Jack Sammons As Therapist, Jospeh Vining

Articles

Jack Sammons is well known as a pioneer in making the practice of law a field of academic study and teaching. He is also an original and penetrating analyst of law as such. This essay comments on his recent work, especially his putting the way we understand law and the way we understand music side by side and drawing out the parallels between them. Many will find his work a revelation.


2014 Year In Review: 2 Law Schools Welcome New Deans While A Third Experiences Abrupt Departure, 2014 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

2014 Year In Review: 2 Law Schools Welcome New Deans While A Third Experiences Abrupt Departure

Austen Parrish (2014-)

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Historical Sketch Of The Indiana University, David Demaree Banta 2014 Indiana University School of Law

Historical Sketch Of The Indiana University, David Demaree Banta

David Banta (1889-1896)

Historical sketch of Indiana University from its founding until 1889. It is unknown when this piece was written or if it was published.


The Folklore Of Legal Biography, Mark Fenster 2014 University of Florida Levin College of Law

The Folklore Of Legal Biography, Mark Fenster

Mark Fenster

This essay reviews Spencer Weber Waller's recent biography of the legal realist Thurman Arnold (NYU Press 2005). Arnold's academic and popular writings during the 1930s - which not only critiqued what he saw as the foolishness and ill effects of legal formalism and political conservatism, but also recognized the symbolic authority of legal forms and conservative beliefs and the need for any reform movement to respect and appropriate them - force us to reconsider the entire project of legal biography. Arnold's life and work reveal the ways in which the forces of modernity - forces that Arnold celebrated in his ...


2014 Distinguished Service Award Ceremony Program, 2014 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

2014 Distinguished Service Award Ceremony Program

Distinguished Service Awards

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Reflections On A Great Dissenter, Tanya Washington 2014 Selected Works

Reflections On A Great Dissenter, Tanya Washington

Tanya Monique Washington

No abstract provided.


In Memoriam: John M. Brumbaugh, Howard S. Chasanow, Frederic N. Smalkin, Susan Leviton, Tanya Washington, Edward S. Abrams, Alan D. Hornstein 2014 Selected Works

In Memoriam: John M. Brumbaugh, Howard S. Chasanow, Frederic N. Smalkin, Susan Leviton, Tanya Washington, Edward S. Abrams, Alan D. Hornstein

Tanya Monique Washington

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The Legacy Of Professor Joe Sax, Fred Krupp 2014 Environmental Defense Fund

The Legacy Of Professor Joe Sax, Fred Krupp

Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law

I grew up as the environmental movement did, in the 1960s and 1970s. In college at Yale, engineering professor Charlie Walker became my mentor and taught me that there are practical solutions for almost all environmental problems. This hopeful point of view inspired me to devote myself to the subject, first as an academic pursuit. As I neared graduation and was trying to decide on a path, Professor Walker handed me a book: Defending the Environment by Joseph Sax.1 That book was visionary in its description of private citizens’ ability to protect and defend the environment through the legal ...


Joseph Sax, A Human Kaleidoscope, Zygmunt Plater 2014 Boston College Law School

Joseph Sax, A Human Kaleidoscope, Zygmunt Plater

Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law

Probably more than any other person most of us will ever have the opportunity of knowing, Joe Sax was kaleidoscopic in the way he projected his mind and lived his life as a scholar, teacher, and citizen seer. Shifting his analytical gaze from challenging context to challenging context, he repeatedly threw rich new patterns of perceptive light, thoughts broad and deep, onto a remarkable range of puzzles. Joe’s ability to think broadly and deeply influenced and reshaped the way that his students, friends, colleagues, and readers understood the intricacies, beauty, and challenges of the world around them. Others in ...


William H. Bowen: A Tribute, Lynn Foster, Joel E. Anderson, Byron M. Eiseman, John Gill, Chuck Goldner, Kenneth S. Gould, Charles E. Hathaway, James L."Skip" Rutherford, Bill Clinton 2014 University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

William H. Bowen: A Tribute, Lynn Foster, Joel E. Anderson, Byron M. Eiseman, John Gill, Chuck Goldner, Kenneth S. Gould, Charles E. Hathaway, James L."Skip" Rutherford, Bill Clinton

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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Clark Memorandum: Fall 2014, J. Reuben Clark Law School, BYU Law School Alumni Association, J. Reuben Clark Law Society 2014 Brigham Young University Law School

Clark Memorandum: Fall 2014, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Byu Law School Alumni Association, J. Reuben Clark Law Society

The Clark Memorandum


Joseph Sax, A Human Kaleidoscope, Zygmunt J.B. Plater 2014 Boston College Law School

Joseph Sax, A Human Kaleidoscope, Zygmunt J.B. Plater

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Probably more than any other person most of us will ever have the opportunity of knowing, Joe Sax was kaleidoscopic in the way he projected his mind and lived his life as a scholar, teacher, and citizen seer. Shifting his analytical gaze from challenging context to challenging context, he repeatedly threw rich new patterns of perceptive light, thoughts broad and deep, onto a remarkable range of puzzles. Joe’s ability to think broadly and deeply influenced and reshaped the way that his students, friends, colleagues, and readers understood the intricacies, beauty, and challenges of the world around them. Others in ...


Joseph L. Sax: The Realm Of The Legal Scholar, Nina A. Mendelson 2014 University of Michigan Law School

Joseph L. Sax: The Realm Of The Legal Scholar, Nina A. Mendelson

Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law

It is one of my great regrets that I never really got to know Professor Joseph Sax personally. I joined the faculty at the University of Michigan Law School well over a decade after Sax departed our halls for the University of California at Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law. I met him on one occasion several years ago, when he gave an engaging workshop at Michigan on governance issues around Colorado River water allocation, complete with a detailed map of the watershed. I am exceptionally fortunate, however, to occupy a chair named for him. This is not only ...


Making Ideas Matter: Remembering Joe Sax, Mark Van Putten 2014 University of Michigan Law School

Making Ideas Matter: Remembering Joe Sax, Mark Van Putten

Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law

Joe Sax made his ideas matter. He had consequential ideas that shaped an entire field—in his case, environmental law—both in theory and in practice. His scholarship was first rate and has enduring significance in academia, as evidenced by the fact that two of his law review articles are among the 100 most frequently cited articles of all time. Others are more competent to review the importance of his scholarship; my experience in environmental advocacy is more pertinent to evaluating his impact on environmental policymaking. Here, his ideas have had a greater impact than any other legal academic. As ...


Gabriel Wilner Tribute, Rebecca H. White 2014 University of Georgia School of Law

Gabriel Wilner Tribute, Rebecca H. White

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


In Memoriam: Gabriel Wilner, Michel Waelbroeck 2014 Free University of Brussels

In Memoriam: Gabriel Wilner, Michel Waelbroeck

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Dean Wilner Memorial Article, Patrick Latham 2014 Manchester Grammar School

Dean Wilner Memorial Article, Patrick Latham

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


A Richness Of Life: Tribute To Dean Gabriel M. Wilner, Terry Smith Labat 2014 International Trade Administration

A Richness Of Life: Tribute To Dean Gabriel M. Wilner, Terry Smith Labat

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


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