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University Of Richmond Law Review Jan 1992

University Of Richmond Law Review

University of Richmond Law Review

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Dedication - John Simpson Hastings, Judicial Conference Of The United States, John Paul Stevens, Jesse E. Eschbach, Wilbur F. Pell Jr., Herman B. Wells, Board Of Visitors, William H. Rehnquist, Patrick L. Baude, James A. Strain, Jeffrey J. Kennedy Apr 1977

Dedication - John Simpson Hastings, Judicial Conference Of The United States, John Paul Stevens, Jesse E. Eschbach, Wilbur F. Pell Jr., Herman B. Wells, Board Of Visitors, William H. Rehnquist, Patrick L. Baude, James A. Strain, Jeffrey J. Kennedy

Indiana Law Journal

The Board of Editors dedicates this issue of the Indiana Law Journal to the memory of the honorable John Simpson Hastings. In a manner befitting the man, many of Judge Hastings' friends and associates have provided their personal remarks regarding his achievements on the bench and as an active alumnus of Indiana University. We hope that these remarks will serve in some small way to preserve the memory of a truly great man.


Dedication-Jerome Hall, Thomas A. Cowan Jul 1975

Dedication-Jerome Hall, Thomas A. Cowan

Indiana Law Journal

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Dedication-James J. Robinson, Leon H. Wallace Jul 1975

Dedication-James J. Robinson, Leon H. Wallace

Indiana Law Journal

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Mr. Justice Murphy -Alumnus Of The Universi1y Of Michigan, E. Blythe Stason Apr 1950

Mr. Justice Murphy -Alumnus Of The Universi1y Of Michigan, E. Blythe Stason

Michigan Law Review

It is fitting that the Michigan Law Review should dedicate this issue to the memory of Mr. Justice Murphy. From the day of his matriculation in 1908, the relationship between Frank Murphy and the University of Michigan, and particularly the Law School, was a warm and intimate one. While he was on the campus, his deep idealism and attractive personal qualities not only made him widely known but brought him the affection and regard of his fellow students, members of the faculty, and officers of the University. Graduation (LL.B. 1914) did not terminate or substantially alter this relationship. Throughout his …


James Wiggins Simonton Dec 1932

James Wiggins Simonton

West Virginia Law Review

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