Harlan Fiske Stone


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United States jurist who served on the United States Supreme Court as chief justice (1872-1946)

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27, Harlan Fiske Stone Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.
93) Alpheus Mason, in Harlan Fiske Stone, averred in 1956 that Chief Justice Stone, in upholding the military, "required a strained interpretation of the Articles of War.
The Supreme Court dissenters in the Macintosh case were historic heavyweights on the High Court: Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes, Louis Brandeis, Harlan Fiske Stone, and Charles Evans Hughes.
Grace graduated with highest honors in economics from Williams College in 1969 and from Columbia University Law School in New York City, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, in 1972.
degree from Columbia University, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar.
Supreme Court chief justice Harlan Fiske Stone, privately calling the trials "a high-grade lynching party," refused to take part in a swearing-in ceremony for the U.
As Justice Harlan Fiske Stone pored over the draft of Owen Roberts' opinion, his gorge rose.
This look at what Harlan Fiske Stone, Charles Evans Hughes, Wiley Rutledge and the other members of the Court said about Footnote Four in its early years is, however, a good place to start.
Writing for the majority, Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone said that Yamashita's crime, for which he was hanged soon after the decision, lay in neglecting to take reasonable measures to protect civilians and prisoners of war.
Brandeis, Harlan Fiske Stone, and William Howard Taft, was to shift the emphasis in judicial biography away from the nuances of constitutional logic and to depict the U.
Galsor is a graduate of Columbia Law School, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and he earned his bachelor's degree in Philosophy, summa cum laude, from University of California, Los Angeles.
from Columbia University School of Law in 1988 where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and the Executive Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.
from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and notes and comments editor of the Columbia Law Review, and his B.
from Columbia University as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and his B.
When reviewing the legal battle between the two companies, Sandonato, a former Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia Law School, noted that, "The ultimate goal of the litigation was never really achieved.