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Frederic B. Crossley (1872-1938) Papers

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Identifier: 17/12
Abstract The original materials of the Frederic B. Crossley Papers occupy three boxes and span the period 1910 to 1938. An addition seven boxes of correspondence, spanning the years 1905-1930 was later added to the collection. With the exception of five folders of biographical materials (mostly financial records) the Papers consist almost exclusively of correspondence. The general correspondence pertains primarily to Crossley's legal practice and to his interests in real estate. A substantial...

Faculty of Law Chronological Service Record

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Identifier: 17/18
Abstract Volume tracing the terms of faculty and staff of the Northwestern University School of Law from 1901-1940.

Fred E. Inbau (1909-1998) Papers

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Identifier: 17/28
Abstract The Fred E. Inbau Papers, spanning the years 1930 to 1998, document his work with the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, as a professor at NU's Law School, an opponent of the Miranda Act, and as a prolific writer and speaker.

Leigh Buchanan Bienen Papers

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Identifier: 17/39
Abstract Leigh Buchanan Bienen, senior lecturer at the Northwestern School of Law and wife of Northwestern University president Henry S. Bienen, joined the School of Law in 1995, the same year her husband took office.  She lectures in the areas of criminal law, juries, and law and social science, and has additional areas of interest and expertise in capital punishment, sex crimes, and rape reform legislation.  In addition, she is a prolific writer of fiction, mainly short stories and plays....

School of Law Faculty Minutes

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Identifier: 17/5

Kurt Schwerin (1902-1995) Papers, 1902-1995

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Identifier: 17/33
Abstract Kurt Schwerin was principally known as a law librarian. After writing the well respected volume Classification for International Law his role as a leading figure among American law librarians was established. In 1948, he came to the Northwestern University Law Library to help develop the foreign law collection. Under his supervision, the foreign law collection would become one of the leading collections of its kind in the country. The Kurt Schwerin Papers fill thirty archival boxes, spanning...