HYMAN COLLECTION – Constitutional Amendments and Legal History – File Box 1



Abraham, Henry J. & Barbara A. Perry., eds., “Religion.” In their Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States (Oxford UP, 1998).Alley, Robert S. “On Behalf of Religious Liberty: James Madison’s Memorial and Remonstrance.” This Constitution No. 12 (Fall 1986): 26-33.Anderson, Alexis J. “The Formative Period of First Amendment Theory, 1870-1915.” American Journal of Legal History 24 (Jan. 1980): 56-75.Becker, Mary E. “The Politics of Women’s Wrongs and the Bill of ‘Rights’: a Bicentennial Perspective.” Cornell Law Review 59 (1992): 458-87.Brant, Irving. “Freedom of Religion.” In his The Bill of Rights, Its Origins and Meaning (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965).Buckley, Thomas E. “After Disestablishment: Thomas Jefferson’s Wall of Separation in Antebellum Virginia.” Journal of Southern History 61.3 (Aug. 1995): 445-80.Carrington, Claudia R. “Texas Monthly, Inc. v. Bullock: an Argument for Strict Interpretation of the Lemon Test.” University of San Francisco Law Review 25 (Spring 1991): 605-26.

Choper, Jesse H. “Defining ‘Religion’ in the First Amendment.” University of Illinois Law Review 3 (1982): 579-613.

Clebsch, William A. Excerpt from his From Sacred to Profane America: The Role of Religion in American History (Scholars Press, 1968): 209-18.

Commentary on Reynolds v. United States (one piece).

Dow, David R. “The Moral Failure of the Clear and Present Danger Test.” William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 6.3 (Summer 1998): 733-52.

Kutler, Stanley I. “The School Prayer Controversy in America: Constitutionalism, Symbolism, and Pluralism.” Essays in the History of Liberty (n.d.): 101-28.

Levy, Leonard W. Excerpt from his Constitutional Opinions: Aspects of the Bill of Rights (Oxford UP, 1986): 4-13.

Levy, Leonard W. “Liberty and the First Amendment: 1790-1800.” American Historical Review 58 (1962): 22-37.

Levy, Leonard W. Origin of the Bill of Rights (Yale UP, 1999) (typescript).

Levy, Leonard W. “Preface.” In his Emergence of a Free Press (Oxford UP, 1985).

Levy, Leonard W. “The Supreme Court and the Clause.” In his The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment (U North Carolina Press, 1986).

Miscellaneous notes on religious freedom (two pieces).

Murphy, Paul L. A History of First Amendment Freedoms (typescript, 269pp.).

Otis, James. “The Rights of the British Colonies, 1764.” Rpt. from Charles F. Mullett, “Some Political Writings of James Otis.” The University of Missouri Studies (Columbia, MO, 1929).

“The Parochial School Bus Bill” (typescript of article, n.d.).

Rabban, David M. “The First Amendment in Its Forgotten Years.” Yale Law Journal 90 (Jan. 1981): 514-95.

“Religious and Ethnic Minorities in Public Education” (bibliography of court cases, pages B3-6 only).

Reprints of various documents from Reconstruction era, from Liberty and Justice (n.d.).

Rubenstein, Richard L. “Church and State: the Jewish Posture.” Rpt. from Donald A. Giannella, ed., Religion and the Public Order (U Chicago, 1964): 150-69.

“Schools: The ‘Temples of Freedom.” Excerpt from The Culture of Liberty (n.d.): 501-11.

Smith, Elwyn. “The First Amendment and the Separation of Church and State.” In his Religious Liberty in the United States (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1972).

Smith, Elwyn. “The Meaning of Separation of Church and State.” In his Religious Liberty in the United States (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1972).

Strout, Cushing. “Jefferson’s Statute and the Glorious First.” Proteus 4.2 (1987): 5-12.

Sullivan, Kathleen M. “Religion and Liberal Democracy.” Cornell Law Review 59 (1992): 195-223.

Tussman, Joseph. “Introduction” to his The Supreme Court on Church and State (Oxford UP, 1962).

Wood, Gordon S. “The Relevance and Irrelevance of John Adams.” In his Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787 (U North Carolina, 1998).

Barnett, Randy E. and Don B. Kates. “Under Fire: the New Consensus on the Second Amendment.” Emory Law Journal 45.4 (Fall 1996): 1139-1259.

B., Michael A. “Gun Laws in Early America: the Regulation of Firearms Ownership, 1607-1794.” Law and History Review 16.3 (Fall 1998): 567-89.

B., Michael A. “The Origins of Gun Culture in the United States, 1760-1865.” Journal of American History (Sept. 1996): 425-55.

Bogus, Carl T. “The Hidden History of the Second Amendment.” University of California Davis Law Review 31.2 (Winter 1998): 309-408.

Brandes, Stuart D. Excerpts from his War hogs: A History of War Profits in America (UP Kentucky, 1997) (one piece).

Byars, Carlos. “Bar poll issues its ‘ruling’ on quality of Houston judges.” Houston Chronicle 18 July 1999, p. 32A.

Carter, Gregg Lee. “Review of John M. Bruce and Clyde Wilcox, eds., The Changing Politics of Gun Control, H-Pol, H-Net Reviews, July 1999. URL: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=3D2471931801344.=20 (Accessed 7/19/99).

Cebula, Richard J. “Historical and Economic Perspectives on Lawyer Advertising and Lawyer Image.” Georgia State University Law Review 15.2 (Winter 1998): 315-34.

Cobb, Kim. “Gun-rights case could set precedent.” Houston Chronicle 12 Sept. 1999, p. 4A.

Cottrol, Robert J. and Raymond T. Diamond. “The Fifth Auxiliary Right.” YLR 104 (1995): 995-1026. [Review of Malcolm’s To Keep and Bear Arms].

Cottrol, Robert J. and Raymond T. Diamond. “The Second Amendment: Toward an Afro-American  Reconsideration.” Georgetown Law Review 80 (1991): 309-61.

Driessen, Marguerite A. “Private Organizations and the Militia Status: They Don’t Make Militias Like They Used To.” Brigham Young University Law Review 1 (1998): 1-33.

Goldwin, Robert A. Excerpts from his From Parchment to Power: How James Madison Used the Bill of Rights to Save the Constitution (AEI Press, 1997).

Halbrook, Stephen P. and David B. Kopel. “Tench Coxe and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, 1787-1823.” William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 7.2 (1999): 347-99.

Higginbotham, Don. “Anti federalist Fears of Federalized Militia Intervention in American Society: Prophecy and Reality.” Paper presented at Conference on Military Aid to the Civil Authority: the Anglo-Saxon Tradition (Dalhousie University and Acadia University, 4-5 April 1991) (typescript).

Higginbotham, Don. “The Federalized Militia Debate: a Neglected Aspect of Second Amendment Scholarship.” William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Series, 55.1 (Jan. 1998): 39-58.

Kopel, David B. “The Second Amendment in the Nineteenth Century.” Brigham Young University Law Review 4 (1998): 1359-1545.

Levinson, Sanford. “The Embarrassing Second Amendment.” YLR 99 (1989): 637-39; Brown, Wendy. “Guns, Cowboys, Philadelphia Mayors, and Civic Republicanism: On Sanford Levinson’s The Embarrassing Second Amendment.” YLR 99 (1989): 661-67.

Lund, Nelson. “The Past and Future of the Individual’s Right to Arms.” Georgia Law Review 31.1 (Fall 1996): 1-76.

Malcolm, Joyce Lee. “Response to Bellesile’s Review of To Keep and Bear Arms: The Origins of an Anglo-American Right.” Law and History Review 15.2 (Fall 1997): 339-45.

Miletich, Steve. “2nd Amendment Confers Gun Rights–but for whom?” Houston Chronicle 22 Oct. 1997, p. 20A.

Moncure, Thomas M. “Who Is the Militia: the Virginia Ratification Convention and the Right to Bear Arms.” Lincoln Law Review 19.1 (1990): 1-25.

Shalhope, Robert E. “The Ideological Origins of the Second Amendment.” Journal of American History 69 (Dec. 1982): 599-614.

Shalhope, Robert E. and Lawrence Delbert Cress. “The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms: An Exchange.” Journal of American History 71 (Dec. 1984): 587-93.

Shalhope, Robert E. “To Keep and Bear Arms in the Early Republic.” Constitutional Commentary 16.2 (Summer 1999): 269-81.

Volokh, Eugene. “Rejoinder: The Amazing Vanishing Second Amendment.” New York University Law Review 73 (June 1998): 831-40.

Volokh, Eugene. “The Commonplace Second Amendment.” New York University Law Review 73 (June 1998): 793-821.

Williams, David C. “Response: The Unitary Second Amendment.” New York University Law Review 73 (June 1998): 822-30.



Cuddihy, William and B. Carmon Hardy. “A Man’s House Was Not His Castle: Origins of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.” William and Mary Quarterly 37 (Series 3, 1979): 371-400.

Doernberg, Donald L. “‘The Right of the People’: Reconciling Collective and Individual Interests Under the Fourth Amendment.” New York University Law Review 58 (May 1983): 259-98.

Maclin, Tracey. “The Complexity of the Fourth Amendment: a Historical Review.” Boston University Law Review 77.5 (Dec. 1977): 925-74.



Hofstadter, Samuel H. The Fifth Amendment and the Immunity Act of 1954: Aspects of the American Way (NY: Fund for the Republic, n.d.).

Langbein, John H. “The Historical Origins of the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination at Common Law” (typescript, 1991).

Levy, Leonard W. “Origins of the Fifth Amendment and Its Critics.” Cardozo Law Review 19 (1997): 821-60.

Witt, John Fabian. “Making the Fifth: the Constitution  of American Self-Incrimination Doctrine, 1791-1903.” Texas Law Review 77.4 (March 1999): 826-922.



“The Detainer System and the Right to a Speedy Trial.” Cornell Law Review 31 (Spring 1964): 535-555.

Fletcher, George. “The Concept of Punitive Legislation and the Sixth Amendment: a New Look at Kennedy v. Mendoza-Martinez.” Cornell Law Review 32 (Winter 1965): 290-310.

Holst, H.E. von. Excerpts from his Constitutional Law of the United States (Chicago: Callaghan, 1887) (one piece).

Kamin, Chester. “The Availability of Criminal Jury Trials Under the Sixth Amendment.” Cornell Law Review 32 (Winter 1965): 311-36.

Kent, James. Excerpt from his Commentaries on American Law (Boston, 1867) (one piece).

“Waiver of the Right to Counsel in State Court Cases: the Effect of Gideon v. Wainwright.Cornell Law Review 31 (Spring 1964): 591-602.

W., Henry P. “Supreme Court Review of State Criminal Procedure.” American Journal of Legal History 10 (April 1966): 189-200.



Carrington, Paul D. “The Seventh Amendment: Some Bicentennial Reflections.” University of Chicago Legal Forum (1990): 33-86.

Finley, Edward J. “Ignorance as Bliss? The Historical Development of an American Rule on Juror Knowledge.” University of Chicago Legal Forum (1990): 457-77.



Martin, Roscoe C. Federalism and Regionalism (T.C. Edwards Lecture, Rice Institute, 24 April 1957).

Schneider, William. “The Democrats in 1988” (excerpt). Atlantic Monthly (Apr. 1987): 48.

Zuckert, Michael P. “Federal and the Founding: Toward a Reinterpretation of the Constitutional Convention.” Review of Politics 48 (Spring 1986): 166-210.



Orth, John V. “The Eleventh Amendment and the North Carolina State Debt.” North Carolina Law Review 59 (Apr. 1981): 747-66.

Orth, John V. “The Fair Fame and Name of Louisiana.” Tulane Lawyer (Fall 1980): 2-15.

Orth, John V. “The Interpretation of the Eleventh Amendment, 1798-1908: a Case Study of Judicial Power.” University of Illinois Law Review (1983): 423-55.



Notes on political parties in the United States (two pieces).

Turner, John J. “The Twelfth Amendment and the First American Party System.” The Historian 35 (Feb. 1973): 221-37.



Amar, Vikram David. “Indirect Effects of Direct Election: a Structural Examination of the Seventeenth Amendment.” Vanderbilt Law Review 49.6 (Nov. 1996): 1347-1405.



Cornwell, Elmer E. “The American Constitutional Tradition” (excerpts). In Kermit L. Hall, Harold M. Hyman, and Leon V. Sigal, eds., The Constitutional Convention as an Amending Device (AHA and APSA, 1987).

Dellinger, Walter. “The Legitimacy of Constitutional Change: Rethinking the Amendment Process.” Harvard Law Review 97.2 (Dec. 1983): 386-432.

Sorauf, Frank J., et al. “Discussion of ‘The Political Potential of an Amending Convention.” In Kermit L. Hall, Harold M. Hyman, and Leon V. Sigal, eds., The Constitutional Convention as an Amending Device (AHA and APSA, 1987): 131-60.



Auerbach, Jerold S. “Enmity and Amity: Law Teachers and Practitioners, 1900-1922.” Perspectives in American History 5 (1971): 551-601.

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “Constitutional Ideology and Progressive Fiction.” Journal of American Culture 18 (Spring 1995): 77-85.

Botein, Stephen. “Scientific Mind and Legal Matter: the Long Shadow of Richard B. Morris’s Studies in the History of American Law.” Reviews in American History 13 (June 1985): 303-15.

Chase, Anthony. “American Legal Education Since 1885: the Case of the Missing Modern.” New York Law School Law Review 30.3 (1985): 519-42.

Conant, James Bryant. “Education for a Classless Society: the Jeffersonian Tradition.” Atlantic Monthly 165.5 (May 1940): 593-602.

Cullen, Charles T. “New Light on John Marshall’s Legal Education and Admission to the Bar.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (1972): 345-51.

Fetner, Gerald. “The Law Teacher as Legal Reformer: 1900-1945.” Journal of Legal Education 28 (1977): 508-29.

Gawalt, Gerard W. “Massachusetts Legal Education In Transition, 1766-1840.” American Journal of Legal History 17 (Jan. 1973): 27-50.

Hurst, Willard. “Changing Responsibilities of the Law School: 1868-1968.” Wisconsin Law Review 2 (1968): 336-44.

Jacobson, Arthur J. “Modern American Jurisprudence and the Problem of Power.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 713-37.

Kammen, Michael G. “Colonial Court Records and the Study of Early American History: a Bibliographical Review.” American Historical Review 70 (Apr. 1965): 732-39.

Kaye, Judith S. “One Judge’s View of Academic Law Review Writing.” Journal of Legal Education 39 (Sept. 1989): 313-21.

Konefsky, Alfred S. and John Henry Schlegel. “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Histories of American Law Schools.” Harvard Law Review 95 (1982): 833-51.

Kosch, Lois M. “When Mummy and Daddy Can’t Afford Harvard: the Changing Roles of Local Law Schools.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring-Summer 1986): 659-81.

Levi, Edward H. “The Law School Within the University.” In his Point of View (U Chicago, 1969): 109-21.

Linowitz, Sol M. “Law Schools Must Help Makes the Practice of Law the Learned and Humane Profession It Once Was.” Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Sept. 1988, p. A52.

Miscellaneous notes on legal education (three pieces).

Noonan, John T. “Professional Ethics or Personal Responsibility (review of Freedman’s Lawyers’ Ethics in an Adversary System).” Stanford Law Review 29 (Jan. 1977): 362-70.

Nunis, Doyce B. “Historical Studies in United States Legal History, 1950-1959: a Bibliography of Articles Published in Scholarly Non-Law Journals.” American Journal of Legal History 7 (1963): 1-27.

O’Connor, John E. “Legal Reform in the Early Republic: the New Jersey Experience.” American Journal of Legal History 22 (Apr. 1978): 95-117.

Pipkin, Ronald M. and Ethan. “Undergraduate Legal Studies and Law School Gatekeepers.” Journal of Legal Education 28 (1976): 103-11.

Re, Edward D. “Legal History Courses in American Law Schools.” The American University Law Review 13 (1963): 45-65.

Scheiber, Harry N. “American Constitutional History and the New Legal History: Complementary Themes in Two Modes.” Journal of American History 68 (Sept. 1981): 337-50.

Schlegel, John Henry. “The Line Between History and Case note.” Law & Society Review 22.5 (1988): 969-85.

“Sketch of the Law School at Cambridge. Review of Simon Greenleaf’s A Discourse pronounced at the Inauguration of the Author, as Royall Professor of Law, in Harvard University, August 26, 1834.American Jurist (Jan. 1835): 107-30.

Smith, Joseph H. “The Teaching of Legal History–Materials, Objectives, Problems and Directions. The Colonial Period: 1607-1776” (typescript, n.d.).

Stevens, Robert. Chapters 1-5 from his Law School (U North Carolina, 1983).

“Study and Practice of the Law (review of Washburn’s Lectures on the Study and Practice of the Law). Albany Law Journal 4 (16 Sept. 1871): 118.

Urofsky, Melvin I. “Louis D. Brandeis on Legal Education.” American Journal of Legal History 22 (1978): 189-201.

Ward, W. H. “The Legal Profession.” South-Western Monthly 1.3 (March 1852): 157-67.

Washburn, Emory. “Legal Education. Why?” American Civil Law Journal (Jan.-Apr. 1873): 57-60.

Wiecek, William, Paul Finkelman, and Kermit L. Hall. “Prospectus for American Legal Culture: a Casebook (typescript, n.d.).

Younger, Judith T. “Legal Education: An Illusion.” Minnesota Law Review 75.3 (Feb. 1991): 1037-43.



Auerbach, Jerold S. “Lawyers’ Papers as a Source of Legal History. Part III–The 20th Century.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 310-13.

Benchmark: a quarterly review on the Constitution and the Courts 4.3 (Summer 1990) (complete issue).

Benson, Jane A. “Bibliographic and Reference Sources for Historical Research” (Kent State Universities Libraries, 1979).

“Bibliography of South Carolina Judges” (typescript, n.d.).

Bourgeois, David J. “The Role of the Historian in the Litigation Process.” Canadian Historical Review 67.2 (1986): 195-205.

Cunha, George M. “Preservation and Conservation of Legal Materials.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 300-02.

Fratcher, William F. “The Decline of the Index to Legal Periodicals.” Journal of Legal Education 18 (1966): 297-303.

Grossman, George. “Legal Periodicals: Practical, but Underutilized.” Legal Times (7 May 1979): 28-9.

Horwitz, Morton J. “Documents of Constitutional Development.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 295-99.

How to find U.S. Statutes and U.S. Code Citations, 2nd revised edition (GPO, 1971).

Jeffrey, William. United States (F/8) (Series on Bibliographical Introduction to Legal History and Ethnology, ed. John Gilissen). (Editions de l’Institut de Sociologie, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 1971).

Konefsky, Alfred. “Lawyers’ Papers as a Source of Legal History. Part II–The 19th Century.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 307-09.

McFadden, David L. “Legal Research for Historians.” Western Legal History 10.1-2 (1997): 3-30.

Miller, Larisa K. “From Courtroom to Research Room: Studying the West in Federal Court Records.” Western Legal History 10.1-2 (1997): 31-58.

Claire. “The Lives and Careers of Judges and Other Employees in the Federal Judicial System: Some Pointers on Research.” Western Legal History 10.1-2 (1997): 57-78.

Presser, Stephen B. “Remarks to Meeting of American Legal Historians” (delivered Nov. 4, 1977 at ASLH conference, Boston) (typescript).

Reich, Peter L. “Sources for Judging Judges: State Supreme Court Archives in the Southwest.” Western Legal History 10.1-2 (1997): 79-84.

Russ, William Adam. “Bibliography of Published Writings (1931-1955).” Susquehanna University Studies (May 1955): 221-26.

Scott, Austin Wakeman. Letters from a Law Student to His Family, 1906-1908 (Cambridge: Harvard Law School, 1974).

Warden, Gerard B. “Documents of the Colonial Conflict. Part II–Commentary on Sources for the Legal History of the American Revolution.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 292-94.

Wroth, Kinvin. “Documents of the Colonial Conflict. Part I–Sources for the Legal History of the American Revolution.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 277-91.

Wunder, John R. “What’s Old About the New Western History? Part 3: Law.” Western Legal History 10.1-2 (1997): 85-116.

Zobel, Hiller B. “Lawyers’ Papers as a Source of Legal History. Part I–Bridge of Words: 18th Century Lawyers and Papers.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 303-06.



Karsten, Peter. “Explaining the Fight Over the Attractive Nuisance Doctrine: A Kinder, Gentler Instrumentalism in the ‘Age of Formalism.’” Law and History Review 10.1 (Spring 1992): 45-92.

Karsten, Peter. “The Invention of the ‘Attractive Nuisance’ Doctrine: A Kinder, Gentler Instrumentalism from the ‘Age of Formalism.’” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1990).



Meese, Alan J. “Liberty and Antitrust in the Formative Era.” Boston University Law Review 79.1 (Feb. 1999): 1-92.



Redding, Brian J. “The Conflicts Jungle in Modern Litigation.” Litigation 19.2 (Winter 1993): 6-10, 51.

Searls, David T. “Outline of Talk Before the Association of the Bar of the City of New York on ‘Conflicts of Interest,” 9 January 1961 (typescript).



Edmundson, William A. “Lawyer’s Justice.” Michigan Law Review 88 (May 1990): 1833-57.

Sigal, Z. and A.S. Rehany. “The Promised Constitution of the Promised Land: the Israeli Constitutional Experience.” Denning Law Journal (1997): 63-74.



De Ville, Kenneth Allen. “Commercialism in Scientific Research.” Encyclopedia of Bioethics, vol. 1 (Macmillan, 1995): 412-18.

De Ville, Kenneth Allen. “Parties to the Social Contract? Justice, Proposition 187, and Health Care for Undocumented Immigrants” (typescript, n.d.).



Haskell, Thomas L. “Justifying the Rights of Academic Freedom in the Era of ‘Power/Knowledge’” (working paper, 21 Sept. 1994).



Barnett, Redmond J. “‘A Viperous Brood of Buggers’: Concern About Criminal Subcultures in Antebellum Massachusetts” (paper presented before AHA, December 28, 1974) (typescript).

Beattie, J.M. “The English Criminal Trial Jury in the 18th Century” (paper presented before the American Society for Legal History, Baltimore, October 1983) (typescript).

Bodenhamer, David J. “Jacksonian Democracy and the Criminal Jury in Antebellum Indiana” (typescript, n.d.).

Brenzel, Barbara. “Nineteenth Century Reform Schools: Prevention, Rehabilitation or Punishment?” (paper presented at AHA, December 30, 1976) (typescript).

Glenn, Myra C. “Changing Attitudes Towards Corporal Punishment in the Age of Jackson” (paper presented at 1981 OAH Annual Meeting) (typescript).

Hartog, Hendrik. “Lawyering, Husbands’ Rights, and ‘the Unwritten Law’ in Nineteenth-Century America.” Journal of American History (June 1997): 67-96.

McGowen, Randall. “The Language of Sympathy: Humanitarianism and Reform of the Criminal Law in Early Nineteenth-Century England” (paper presented before the American Society for Legal History, 1983) (typescript).

Nieman, Donald G. “Black Political Power and Criminal Justice: Washington County, Texas as a Case Study, 1868-1885″ (paper presented at 1985 OAH Annual Meeting) (typescript).

Sutton, John R. “Expansion of Education and the Development of Juvenile Justice Institutions” (paper presented at 1985 OAH Annual Meeting) (typescript).



Beer, Lawrence W. “The Influence of American Constitutionalism in Asia” (paper presented at the 1985 OAH Annual Meeting) (typescript).

Boutmy, Emile. Excerpt from his Studies in Constitutional Law: France, England, United States (London: Macmillan, 1891)

Boyd, ? Typescript of paper on alternative constitutions proposed for the U.S. (paper presented at St. Thomas conference, 1983).

Cooling, Benjamin F. Excerpt from his Benjamin Franklin Tracy: Father of the Modern American Fighting Navy (Anchor Books, 1993) (one piece).

Dalby, Michael. “Revenge and the Law in Traditional China.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (Oct. 1981): 267-307.

Deutsch, Karl W. “The Growth of Nations: Some Recurrent Patterns of Political and Social Integration.” World Politics 5 (1953): 168-95.

Ishikawa, Brendon Troy. “Toward a More Perfect Union: the Role of Amending Formulae in the United States, Canadian, and German Constitutional Experiences.” Journal of International Law and Policy 2.2 (1996): 267-94.

Kretzmer, David. “The Influence of First Amendment Jurisprudence on Judicial Decision-Making in Israel” (paper presented at the symposium on “The Constitutional Bases of Political and Social Change in the United States of America,” Hebrew University of Jerusalem, May 18-20, 1987) (typescript).

Note on constitutionalism of lawyers (one piece).

Rudolph, Lloyd I. and Susan Hoeber Rudolph. “Barristers and Brahmans in India: Legal Cultures and Social Change.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 8 (Oct. 1965): 24-49.

Stirling, Paul. “Comment on the Legal Situation in Indonesia.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 8 (Oct. 1965): 50-5.

Sundberg, Jacob. “Customary Law in Sweden and the Lapp Minority.” Netherlands International Law Review 28 (1981): 263-83.




Latimer, Ronald E. “The Legal History of Bail and the Bail Bondsman” (student paper submitted to Harold Hyman, n.d.) (typescript).



Capeci, Dominic J. “The Lynching of Cleo Wright: Federal Protection of Constitutional Rights During World War II.” Journal of American History 72 (March 1986): 859-87.



May, James. “Antitrust in the Formative Era: Political and Economic Theory in Constitutional and Antitrust Analysis, 1880-1918.” Ohio State Law Journal 50 (1989): 257-395.

May, James. “Historical Analysis in Antitrust Law.” New York Law School Law Review 35 (1990): 857-77.



Berger, Raoul. “Bills of Attainder: a Study of Amendment by the Court.” Cornell Law Review 63.3 (March 1978): 355-404.

Sedgwick, Theodore. Excerpt from his A Treatise on the Rules Which Govern the Interpretation and Construction of Statutory and Constitutional Law (NY: Baker, Voors and Co., 1874).



Swidler & Berlin, et al., Petitioners v. United States of America, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Brief for Amicus Curiae, 28 April 1998.

Swidler & Berlin and James Hamilton, Petitioners v. United States of America, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Brief for Petitioners, 29 April 1998.

Swidler & Berlin and James Hamilton, Petitioners v. United States of America, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Brief for the American Bar Association as Amicus Curiae, 29 April 1998.

Swidler & Berlin, et al., Petitioners v. United States of America, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Brief for the United States, 20 May 1998.

Swidler & Berlin and James Hamilton, Petitioners v. United States of America, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Reply brief for petitioners, 1 June 1998.

Swidler & Berlin and James Hamilton, Petitioners v. United States, No. 97-1192, Supreme Court of the United States. Decision, 25 June 1998.



DeVille, Kenneth. “New York City Attorneys and the Ambulance Chasing Crisis of the 1920s” (typescript of article accepted for The Historian, 1994; published 1997).



Anglim, Christopher. “South Texas College of Law: Houston’s Gateway to Opportunity in Law.” Houston Review 16 (1994): 131-65.

Banks, William. “Improving the American Public Law Curriculum in the Law Schools” (typescript, 1983; research sponsored by the Center for Interdisciplinary Legal Studies of the Syracuse University College of Law).

Berman, Harold J. “Law in the University.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 53-63.

Bloomfield, Maxwell H. “Law vs. Politics: The Self-Image of the American Bar (1830-1860).” In Wythe Holt, ed., Essays in Nineteenth Century American Legal History (Greenwood Press, 1976).

Bloomfield, Maxwell H. “The Supreme Court in American Popular Culture” (typescript, n.d.).

Bracey, Dorothy H. “Teaching Law in Criminal Justice Programs: Professional and Liberal Arts Models.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 79-85.

Brooks, Richard O. “Legal Studies and Liberal Arts: Outline of a Curriculum Based Upon the Practical Syllogism.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 97-120. File also includes typescript copy of article.

Carter, W. Burlette. “Reconstructing Langdell.” Georgia Law Review 32.1 (Fall 1997): 1-139.

Dargo, George. “The Legal Profession.” In his Law in the New Republic : Private Law and the Public Estate (NY: Knopf, 1983).

First, Harry. “Legal Education and the Law School of the Past: a Single-Firm Study.” University of Texas Law Review 8 (Fall 1976): 135-67.

Gee, Elizabeth and Barbara S. Webber. “The Historical Development of Law in Liberal Education.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 7-28.

Gordon, Bob, Jack Schegel, James May, and Joan Williams. “Colloquium: Legal Education Then and Now: Changing Patterns in Legal Training and in the Relationship of Law Schools to the World Around Them.” American University Law Review 47 (1998): 747-74.

Hyman, Harold M. “Rice University’s Legal Studies Program’s Decennial at the Constitution’s Bicentennial.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 71-7.

Kimball, Bruce A. “‘Warn Students That I Entertain Heretical Opinions, Which They Are Not to Take as Law’: The Inception of Case Method Teaching in the Classrooms of the Early C.C. Langdell, 1870-1883.” Law and History Review 17.1 (Spring 1999): 57-140.

Lauderdale, Pat and Gray Cavender. “The Study of Justice.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 87-96.

Littlejohn, Edward J. “Lawyers, Legal Education, and Teaching About Law to Undergraduates: Some Reflections.” Wayne Law Review 21 (1975): 1337-54.

Martin, Daniel. “Law School Histories and Commemorative Publications: a Selected Bibliography” (typescript, n.d.).

O’Neil, Robert M. “Civic Education and Constitutional Law.” Journal of Teacher Education (Sept. 1983) (typescript).

Post, Robert C. “On the Popular Image of the Lawyer: Reflections in a Dark Glass.” California Law Review 75 (Jan. 1987): 379-89.

Postema, Gerald J. “Democratic Citizenship and the Teaching of Law.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 65-9.

Presser, Stephen B. “Dancing Bears.” New York University Law School Reporter (Summer 1980): 2-8.

Ryan, John Paul. “Law, Liberal Education and the Undergraduate Curriculum.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 29-51.

Ryan, John Paul, ed. “Proceedings of the ABA National Conference on Law in Undergraduate Liberal Education.” Legal Studies Forum 10.1 (1986): 121-29.



Hoffer, Peter Charles. “Text, Translation, Context, Conversation: Preliminary Notes for Decoding the Deliberations of the Advisory Committee that Wrote the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.” American Journal of Legal History 37 (Oct. 1993): 409-39.

McManamon, Mary Brigid. “The History of the Civil Procedure Course: a Study in Evolving Pedagogy.” Arizona State Law Journal 30 (1998): 397-440.

Nelson, William E. “Civil Procedure in Twentieth-Century New York.” St. Louis University Law Journal 41 (1997): 1157-1241.

Richman, William M. “Review of Shreve and Raven-Hansen’s Understanding Civil Procedure.” Indiana Law Journal 65 (1990): 927-35.

Walker, Laurens. “The End of the New Deal and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.” Iowa Law Review 82.4 (1997): 1269-91.



Law student notes, 1873-74 (forty-two pages).



Ambrosio, Michael P. “The Path to Professionalism.” Seton Hall Law Review 21.2 (1991): 524-39.

Auerbach, Carl A. “Legal Education and Some of Its Discontents” (Orison S. Marden Lecture, New York University Law School, 1982) (typescript).

Bloomfield, Maxwell H. “Law: the Development of a Profession.” In Nathan O. Hatch, ed., The Professions in American History (Notre Dame, IN: U Notre Dame Press, 1988).

Bok, Derek C. “A Flawed System.” Harvard Magazine (May-June 1983): 38-45, 70-71.

Brickner, Paul. “The Lawyer as Moral Paragon (review of Luban’s Lawyers and Justice).” Dickinson Law Review 94.4 (1990): 1031-36.

Chroust, Anton-Hermann. “The American Legal Profession: Its Agony and Ecstasy (1776-1840).” Notre Dame Lawyer 46 (Spring 1971): 487-525.

Dargo, George. “The Privatization of Public Law.” In his Law in the New Republic : Private Law and the Public Estate (NY: Knopf, 1983).

Drinan, Robert F. “Moral Architects or Selfish Schemers? (review of Abel’s American Lawyers).” Georgetown Law Journal 79.2 (1990): 389-98.

Edmundson, William A. “Lawyer’s Justice (review of Luban’s Lawyers and Justice and Heymann & Liebman’s Social Responsibilities of Lawyers).” Michigan Law Review 88 (May 1990): 1833-57.

Hall, Kermit. “Introduction” and Chapters 1-5. In his The Magic Mirror: Law in American History (NY: Oxford UP, 1989).

Hyman, Harold M. “Still No Cheers for the American Law School?” (Meyer Memorial Lecture, New York University Law School, 1982) (typescript).

Klein, Milton M. “From Community to Status: the Development of the Legal Profession in Colonial New York.” New York History (April 1979): 133-56.

McDougall, Harold A. “Lawyering and the Public Interest in the 1990s.” Fordham Law Review 60.1 (1991): 1-47.

Miscellaneous notes on law in the colonial United States (fifty-plus pages).

Munro, Meredith Ann. “Deregulation of the Practice of Law: Panacea or Placebo?” Hastings Law Journal 42.1 (Nov. 1990): 203-48.

Schuman, David. “Beyond the Waste Land: Law Practice in the 1990s.” Hastings Law Journal 42.1 (Nov. 1990): 1-13.

Steiner, Mark E. “The Secret History of Proprietary Legal Education: the Case of the Houston Law School, 1919-1945.” Journal of Legal Education 47.3 (1997): 341-68.

Thomason, Terry. “Are Attorneys Paid What They’re Worth? Contingent Fees and the Settlement Process.” Journal of Legal Studies 20 (Jan. 1991): 187-223.



Fidler, Ann. “‘Till You Understand Them in Their Principal Features’: Observations on Form and Function in Nineteenth-Century American Law Books.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 92.4 (1998): 427-42.



Appleby, Joyce. “The Social Origins of American Revolutionary Ideology.” Journal of American History 64 (March 1978): 935-58.

“Constitutionalism and Constitutional History” (typescript, 1976).

Douglass, John E. “Between Pettifoggers and Professionals: Pleaders and Practitioners and the Beginnings of the Legal Profession in Colonial Maryland, 1634-1731.” American Journal of Legal History 39 (1995): 359-84.

Flaherty, David H. “An Approach to American History: Willard Hurst as Legal Historian.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (July 1970): 222-34.

Friedman, Lawrence M. “The State of American Legal History.” The History Teacher 17.1 (1983): 103-19.

Hurst, James Willard. “Old and New Dimensions of Research in United States Legal History.” American Journal of Legal History 23 (Jan. 1979): 1-20.

Katz, Stanley N. “The Origins of American Constitutional Thought.” Perspectives in American History 3 (1969): 474-90.

Katz, Stanley N. “The Problem of Colonial Legal History.” In Jack P. Greene and J.R. Pole, eds., Colonial British America: Essays in the New History of the Early Modern Era (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984).

Leder, Lawrence H. “Constitutionalism in American Thought, 1689-1763.” Pennsylvania History 36 (Oct. 1969): 411-23.

Nelson, William H. “The Revolutionary Character of the American Revolution.” American Historical Review 70 (July 1965): 998-1014.

Scheiber, Harry N. “At the Borderland of Law and Economic History: the Contributions of Willard Hurst.” American Historical Review 75 (Feb. 1970): 744-56.



Hobbs, Bonnie. “Lawyers’ Papers: Confidentiality Versus the Claims of History.” Washington and Lee Law Review 49 (1992): 179-211.

Jensen, Erik M. “The Law Review Manuscript Glut: the Need for Guidelines.” Journal of Legal Education 39 (Sept. 1989): 383-86.

Leibman, Jordan H. and James P. White. “How the Student-Edited Law Journals Make Their Publication Decisions.” Journal of Legal Education 39 (Sept. 1989): 387-425.

Trimble, Marsha. “Archives and Manuscripts: New Collecting Areas for Law Libraries.” Law Library Journal 83 (1991): 429-50.

Wilson, Jane. Partners Through Time: Preparing Law Firm Histories (Portland: Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical Society, 1991.



Frank, John P. “The American Law Institute, 1923-1998.” Hofstra Law Review 26.3 (1998): 615-39.

Jarvis, Robert M., Phyllis G. Coleman, and Gail Levin Richmond. “Contextual Thinking: Why Law Students (and Lawyers) Need to Know History.” Wayne Law Review 42 (Spring 1996): 1603-15.

Rosen, Sanford Jay. “The American Bar Association and the Law Professor: Bureaucracy and the Loyalty Requirement.” Journal of Legal Education 19(1967): 301-19.

Sherry, Suzanna. “Using and Misusing History (review of Kalman’s The Strange Career of Legal Liberalism).” Reviews in American History (June 1997): 337-40.



Mylchreest, Ian. The Anglo-American Dialogue on Constitutionalism, 1860-1920 (Clayton, Vic.: Monash University, n.d.).



Bellot, H. Hale. “The Literature of the Last Half-Century on the Constitutional History of the United States.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, fifth series, 7 (1957): 159-82.

Berman, Harold J. and Charles J Reid. “The Transformation of English Legal Science: From Hale to Blackstone.” Emory Law Journal 45.2 (1996): 437-522.

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “The Texas Bar in the Nineteenth Century.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (Jan. 1979): 261-79.

Bouwsma, William J. “Lawyers and Early Modern Culture.” American Historical Review 78 (April 1973): 303-27.

Brugger, Robert J. “In His Father’s Chair: Beverley Tucker and the Mutations of Orthodoxy in the Old South” (paper presented at the Southern Historical Association Meeting, New Orleans, 10 Nov. 1977).

Coleman, Peter J. “The Insolvent Debtor in Rhode Island, 1745-1828.” William & Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 22.3 (1965): 413-34.

Cullen, Charles T. “St. George Tucker and the Discipline of Law in Jeffersonian Virginia” (paper presented at the Southern Historical Association Meeting, New Orleans, 10 Nov. 1977).

Cullen, Charles T. “St. George Tucker, John Marshall, and Constitutionalism in the Post-Revolutionary South.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (Jan. 1979): 341-5.

Curti, Merle. “The Great Mr. Locke: America’s Philosopher, 1783-1861.” Huntington Library Bulletin 11 (April 1937): 107-51.

Day, Alan F. “Lawyers in Colonial Maryland, 1660-1715.” American Journal of Legal History 17 (1983): 145-65.

Dellinger, Walter. “Constitutional Politics: a Rejoinder.” Harvard Law Review 97.2 (1983): 446-50.

Finkelman, Paul. “Exploring Southern Legal History.” North Carolina Law Review 64 (Nov. 1985): 77-116.

Flaherty, David H. “An Introduction to Early American Legal History.”

Foster, Elizabeth R. “The House of Lords and Ordinances, 1641-1649.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (April 1977): 157-73.

Freyer, Tony. “Law in Antebellum Maryland and Southern Character” (paper presented before the OAH, 1979) (typescript).

Friedman, Lawrence M. “The State of American Legal History.” The History Teacher 17.1 (Nov. 1983): 103-19.

Gawalt, Gerard W. “Sources of Anti-Lawyer Sentiment in Massachusetts, 1740-1840.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (Oct. 1970): 283-307.

Goebel, Julius. “Constitutional History and Law.” Columbia Law Review 38.4 (April 1938): 555-77.

Greenberg, Douglas. “The Effectiveness of Law Enforcement in Eighteen-Century New York.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (June 1975): 173-207.

Greene, Jack P. “Political Mimesis: a Consideration of the Historical and Cultural Roots of Legislative Behavior in the British Colonies in the Eighteenth Century.” American Historical Review 75.2 (1969): 337-60.

Greene, Jack P. “The Role of the Lower Houses of Assembly in Eighteenth-Century Politics.” Journal of Southern History 27 (Nov. 1961): 451-74.

Hall, Kermit L. “The Promises and Perils of Prosopography–Southern Style.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (Jan. 1979): 331-39.

Hartog, Hendrik. “Distancing Oneself from the Eighteenth Century: A Commentary on Changing Pictures of American Legal History.” In his Law in the American Revolution and the Revolution in Law (NY: New York UP, 1981).

Hyman, Harold M. “No Cheers for the American Law School? A Legal Historian’s Complaint, Plea, and Modest Proposal.” Law Library Journal 71 (May 1978): 227-33.

Johnson, Herbert Alan. “The Prerogative Court of New York, 1686-1776.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (April 1973): 95-144.

Katz, Stanley. “The Politics of Law in Colonial America: Controversies over Chancery Courts and Equity Law in the Eighteenth Century.” Perspectives in American History 5 (1971): 257-84.

Konig, David Thomas. “Community Custom and the Common Law: Social Change and the Development of Land Law in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (April 1974): 137-77.

Lassiter, John C. “Defamation of Peers: The Rise and Decline of The Action for, 1497-1773.” American Journal of Legal History 22 (July 1978): 216-36.

Meehan, Thomas R. “Courts, Cases, and Counselors in Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Pennsylvania.” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 91 (Jan. 1967): 3-34.

Nash, Gary B. “The Philadelphia Bench and Bar, 1800-1861.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 7 (Jan. 1965): 203-20.

Nelson, William E. “The Legal Restraint of Power in Pre-Revolutionary America: Massachusetts as a Case Study, 1760-1775.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (Jan. 1974): 1-32.

Notes on aspects of U.S. pre-Civil War law (twelve pieces).

Notes on “The Origins of the Common Law and the British Constitution” (typescript and holograph, n.d.).

Orth, John V. “On the Relation Between the Rule of Law and Public Opinion (review of Cosgrove’s The Rule of Law).” Michigan Law Review 80 (1982): 753-64.

Orth, John V. “Studying Constitutional Law, History, and Statecraft (review of Nowak’s Handbook on Constitutional Law).” University of Illinois Law Review 4 (1983): 1039-50.

Presser, Stephen B. “Revising the Conservative Tradition: Towards a New American Legal History.” In Hendrik Hartog, ed., Law in the American Revolution and the Revolution in Law (NY: New York UP, 1981).

Reid, John Phillip. “Review of Allen’s In English Ways.” New York University Law Review 56 (Oct. 1981): 850-66.

Richard, Carl J. “The Founders and the Classics” (paper presented before the OAH, 1990) (typescript).

Ross, Richard J. “Memory Jurisprudence and the Problem of Legal Authority in Early New England” (revised dissertation prospectus, U Chicago Law School, n.d.).

Sellers, Mortimer. “American Republicanism: Roman Ideology in the United States Constitution” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1990) (typescript).

Sellers, Nicholas. American Journal of Legal History 14 (Oct. 1970): 319-32.

Shepard, E. Lee. “Breaking into the Profession: Establishing a Law Practice in Antebellum Virginia.” Journal of Southern History 48.3 (Aug. 1982): 393-410.

Shepard, E. Lee. “Lawyers Look at Themselves: Professional Consciousness and the Virginia Bar, 1770-1850.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (Jan. 1981): 1-23.

Spring, Eileen. “Landowners, Lawyers, and Land Law Reform in Nineteenth-Century England.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (Jan. 1977): 40-59.

Surrency, Erwin C. “The Beginnings of American Legal Literature.” American Journal of Legal History 31 (July 1987): 207-20.

Tabuteau, Emily Zack. “Ownership and Tenure in Eleventh-Century Normandy.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (April 1977): 97-124.

Turner, Ralph V. “The Origins of Common Pleas and King’s Bench.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (July 1977): 238-54.

Wheeler, Harvey. “Calvin’s Case (1608) and the  Debate.” American Historical Review 61 (April 1956): 587-97.

White, G. Edward. “Truth and Interpretation in Legal History.” Michigan Law Review 79 (March 1981): 594-615.

Wiltshire, Susan Ford. “Charming or Useful? The Rhetoric of Classical Allusion in Early America” (paper presented before the OAH, 1990) (typescript).

Wolfe, Christopher. “A Theory of U.S. Constitutional History.” Journal of Politics 43.1 (1981): 292-325.



Finkelman, Paul. “The Constitution and the Intentions of the Framers: the Limits of Historical Analysis.” University of Pittsburgh Law Review 50 (1989): 349-98.

Melton, Buckner F. “Clio at the Bar: a Guide to Historical Method for Legists and Jurists.” Minnesota Law Review 83 (Dec. 1998): 377-472.

Murphy, Walter E. “Who Shall Interpret? The Quest for the Ultimate Constitutional Interpreter.” The Review of Politics 48 (Summer 1956): 401-23.

Simson, Gary J. “The Role of History in Constitutional Interpretation: a Case Study.” Cornell Law Review 70 (Jan. 1985): 253-70.



Betz, Herman. “Constitutional and Legal History in the 1980s: Reflections on American Constitutionalism.” Benchmark 4.3 (n.d.): 243-64.

Brennan, William J. “Reason, Passion, and ‘The Progress of the Law’.” The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York 42.8 (1987): 948-77.

Godden, Lee. “Wik: Legal Memory and History.” Griffith Law Review 6 (1997): 122-43.

Gordon, Robert W. “Historicism in Legal Scholarship.” Yale Law Journal 90 (1981): 1017-56.

Hall, Kermit L. “For Whom the School Bell Tolls: the Substance and Pedagogy of American Legal History (review of Presser’s Law and American History). Northwestern University Law Review 77.1 (1982): 112-27.

Hoeflich, M.H. “A Renaissance in Legal History?” University of Illinois Law Review 3 (1984): 507-09.

Horwitz, Morton J. “The Historical Contingency of the Role of History.” Yale Law Journal 90 (1981): 1057-9.

Klein, Milton M. “Clio and the Law: the Uncertain Promise of American Legal History” (paper presented at the 4th Reynolds Conference, U South Carolina, 1971) (typescript).

Nelson, William E. “History and Neutrality in Constitutional Adjudication.” Virginia Law Review 72 (1986): 1237-96.

Presser, Stephen B. “‘Legal History’ or the History of Law: a Primer on Bringing the Law’s Past Into the Present.” Vanderbilt Law Review 35 (1982): 849-90.

Reid, John Phillip. “Law and History.” Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 27.1 (1993): 193-223.

Tushnet, Mark. “Interdisciplinary Legal Scholarship: the Case of History-in-Law.” Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1996): 909-35.



White, James Boyd. “Constituting a Culture of Argument.” In his When Words Lose Their Meaning (Chicago: U Chicago, 1984).



Abel, Richard L. “The Transformation of the American Legal Profession.” Law and Society Review 20.1 (1986): 7-18.

“An Address to Law Students.” Albany Law Journal, 5 March 1870, pp. 165-70.

Alexander, Lawrence. Paper on “professional responsibility” presented at AALS, 1977 (typescript).

Auerbach, Jerold S. “From Rags to Robes: the Legal Profession, Social Mobility and the American Jewish Experience.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 66 (Dec. 1976): 249-84.

“August H. Garland.” Supreme Court Historical Society Yearbook 1976, pp. 37-43.

Baldwin, Henry. Excerpt from his A General View of the Origin and Nature of the Constitution and Government of the United States, Deduced from the Political History and Condition of the Colonies and States, from 1774 until 1788. And the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. Together with Opinions in the Cases Decided at January Term, 1837, Arising on the Restraints on the Powers of the States (Philadelphia: J.C. Clark, 1837).

“The Bar.” From The Bar and Its Works (n.d.).

Blaustein, Albert P. “New York Bar Associations Prior to 1870.” American Journal of Legal History 12 (Jan. 1968): 50-57.

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “David Hoffman and the Shaping of a Republican Legal Culture” (paper presented before the North American Legislative History Conference, 1978) (typescript).

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “Law vs. Politics: the Self-Image of the American Bar (1830-1860).” American Journal of Legal History 12 (Oct. 1968): 306-23.

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “Toward Tocqueville’s Legal Establishment: the American Bar in 1820″ (typescript, n.d.).

Botein, Stephen. “Professional History Reconsidered (review of Bloomfield’s American Lawyers in a Changing Society and Auerbach’s Unequal Justice). American Journal of Legal History 21 (Jan. 1977): 60-79.

Carpenter, Matthew H. “Address of Hon. Matt. H. Carpenter, United States Senator, to the Graduation Class of the Columbian Law College.” Albany Law Journal, 20 August 1870, pp. 121-26.

Evarts, William M., et al. “Remarks.” Association of the Bar of the City of New York Reports (1870): iv-vii. Includes additional “remarks,” pp. 5-12.

Gawalt, Gerard W. “National Standardization and Regional Diversity in the Post Civil War Legal Profession” (paper presented before the AHA, 1982) (typescript).

Godkin, E.L. Letter to James Bryce, c. Jan.-April 1883 (one piece) (see also Box 13.79).

Harris, Michael H. “The Frontier Lawyer’s Library: Southern Indiana, 1800-1850, as a Test Case.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (July 1972): 239-51.

Kissam, Philip C. “The Decline of Law School Professionalism.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 134.2 (Jan. 1986): 251-324.

“The Legal Profession and General Culture.” The American Law Record 1 (Dec. 1972): 366-69.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on the U.S. legal profession prior to 1900 (eighteen pieces).

“Obstructions to National Legislation.” American Jurist 2 (Oct. 1829): 267-80.

Parsons, Talcott. “Professions.” In The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (NY: Macmillan, 1968).

Probert, Walter. “The Jurisprudence of a Good Lawyer.” Journal of the Legal Profession 2 (1977): 37-46.

Proceedings of the Meeting of the Judiciary and Bar of the City of New York for the Defence of the Union, April 22, 1861 (pamphlet).

Shea, Christopher. “Students v. Professors: Law-review debate heats up as student editors clash with faculty authors.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 2 June 1995, p. A33-34.

Spector, Robert M. “Emory Washburn: Conservator of the New England Legal Heritage.” American Journal of Legal History 22 (April 1978): 118-36.

Surrency, Erwin C. “The Pernicious Practice of Law: a Comment.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (July 1969): 241-302.

Wheeler, William L. “Lawyer Advertising: the Way It Was in the Good Old Days.” Illinois Bar Journal 67 (Oct. 1978): 90-93, 137.

Williams, Mitchell G. “Pleading Reform in Nineteenth Century America: the Joinder of Actions at Common Law and Under the Codes.” Journal of Legal History 6 (Dec. 1985): 299-335.



Banner, Stuart. “Written Law and Unwritten Norms in Colonial St. Louis.” Law and History Review 14.1 (Spring 1996): 33-80.

Caldwell, Peter. “Ernst Forsthoff and the Legacy of Radical Conservative State Theory in the Federal Republic of Germany.” History of Political Thought 15.4 (Winter 1994): 615-41.

Caldwell, Peter. “Legal Positivism and Weimar Democracy.” American Journal of Jurisprudence 39 (1994): 273-301.

Caldwell, Peter. “National Socialism and Constitutional Law: Carl Schmitt, Otto Koellreutter, and the Debate Over the Nature of the Nazi State, 1933-1937.” Cardozo Law Review 16 (1994): 399-427.

Caldwell, Peter. “Paul Laband’s Legal Positivism and the Development of the German State, 1871-1900″ (typescript, n.d.).

Excerpts from document on state sovereignty (two pieces, n.d.; typescript).

Hoeflich, M.H. “Roman and Civil Law in American Legal Education and Research Prior to 1930: a Preliminary Survey.” University of Illinois Law Review 3 (1984): 719-37.

Hutson, James H. “The Emergence of the Modern Concept of a Right in America: the Contribution of Michel Villey.” American Journal of Jurisprudence 39 (1994): 185-224.

Ledford, Kenneth F. “German Lawyers and the State in the Weimar Republic.” Law and History Review 13.2 (Fall 1995): 317-49.

Levack, Brian. “Civil Lawyers and Common Lawyers in Seventeenth Century England” (excerpts from paper presented before AHA, 1970).

Risk, Richard and Robert C. Vipond. “Rights Talk in Canada in the Late Nineteenth Century: ‘The Good Sense and Right Feeling of the People.’” Law and History Review 14.1 (Spring 1996): 1-32.



Jones, Vonciel. “born a black bastard…”: the Education and Organization of Houston’s Black Lawyers, 1947-1976 (thesis, Rice University, May 1976) (typescript).



Genovese, Eugene. Paper presented before the ASLH, 1990, on the contributions of lawyers to the defense of slavery in the U.S. (typescript).



Kawashima, Yasuhide. “Adoption in Early America.” Journal of Family Law 20 (1981-82): 677-96. (see also Card 3.24)

Card 46

Blumberg, Abraham S. “The Twilight of the Adversary System.” In his Criminal Justice (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1967).

Shawcross, Hartley W. Excerpt from his “The Functions and Responsibilities of an Advocate” (17th Annual Cardozo Lecture, 28 May 1958).



Note on Amos Beebe Eaton as commissary general (one piece).



Admiralty Law in Action: Selected Cases from the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Accounts Written by Admiralty Practitioners of the Northern District (San Francisco: U.S. District Court Historical Society, 1984).

Lovejoy, David S. “Rights Imply Equality: the Case Against Admiralty Jurisdiction in America, 1764-1776.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 16.4 (Oct. 1959): 459-84.

Runyan, Timothy J. “The Rolls of Oleron and the Admiralty Court in Fourteenth Century England.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (April 1975): 95-111.

Setaro, Franklyn C. “The Formative Era of American Admiralty Law.” New York Law Forum 5 (1959): 9-44.



West, Martha S. “The Historical Roots of Affirmative Action.” La Raza Law Journal 10 (1998): 607-30.



Roediger, David. “‘Any Alien Being a Free White Person’: Naturalization, the State and Racial Formation in the U.S., 1790-1952″ (paper presented to the State and the Construction of Citizenship in Latin America Conference, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, UC-San Diego, October 1993) (typescript).



Boyd, Steven R. “Five Alternative Constitutions for the United States.” This Constitution (Spring 1986): 27-34.

Boyd, Steven R. and Bonnie S. Warncke. “On the Qualifications of Federal Judges: The View From the Founders.” Prosecutor’s Brief 10 (Summer 1987): 10-11.



Gengarelly, W. Anthony. “Alien Rights: the Lawyers’ Lobby, 1921″ (paper presented before the ASLH, 1981) (typescript).



White, G. Edward. “The American Law Institute and the Triumph of Modernist Jurisprudence.” Law and History Review 15.1 (Spring 1997): 1-47.



Katz, Stanley N. “Official History: the Holmes Devise History of the Supreme Court” (paper presented before the American Philosophical Society Annual General Meeting, Philadelphia, 21 April 1995) (typescript).

Urofsky, Melvin I. “Beyond the Bottom Line: the Value of Judicial Biography.” Journal of Supreme Court History 2 (1998): 143-56.



Bilder, Mary Sarah. “The Origin of the Appeal in America.” Hastings Law Journal 48 (July 1997): 913-68.

Cozine, R. Kirkland. “The Emergence of Written Appellate Briefs in the Nineteenth-Century United States.” American Journal of Legal History 38 (Oct. 1994): 482-530.

Kukla, Jon. “Robert Beverley Assailed: Appellate Jurisdiction and the Problem of Bicameralism in Seventeenth-Century Virginia” (paper presented before the Southern Historical Association, 1978) (typescript).

Surrency, Erwin C. “The Development of the Appellate Function: the Pennsylvania Experience.” American Journal of Legal History 20 (July 1976): 173-91.

White, G. Edward. “The Appellate Opinion as Historical Source Material.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 1 (Spring 1971): 491-509.



Notes on activities of the New York Bar Association, 1870-81 (two pieces).



Gerber, David A. “Cutting Out Shylock: Elite Anti-Semitism and the Quest for Moral Order in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Market Place.” Journal of American History 69.3 (Dec. 1982): 615-37.

Notes on Anti-Semitism in mid-nineteenth century U.S. (two pieces).



Notes on Attorney General William Wirt, 1818 (two pieces).



Bowling, Kenneth R. “‘A Tub to the Whale’: the Founding Fathers and the Adoption of the Federal Bill of Rights” (paper presented before the AHA, 1986) (typescript).

Dry, Murray. “The Constitutional Thought of the Anti-Federalists.” This Constitution (n.d.): 10-14.

Finkelman, Paul. “The Bill of Rights and the Growth of American Liberty” (typescript, 1988).

Finkelman, Paul. “James Madison and the Bill of Rights: a Reluctant Paternity.” Supreme Court Review (Spring 1991) (typescript).

Finkelman, Paul. “Madison, Jefferson, and the Bill of Rights.” This Constitution (Feb. 1991): 44-53.

Finkelman, Paul. “The Writing and Adoption of the Bill of Rights.” In The Bill of Rights: Government Proscribed. Ed. by Ronald Hoffman and Peter J. Albert (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1997) (typescript).

Fitzgerald, Peter Lanston. “An English Bill of Rights? Some Observations from Her Majesty’s Former Colonies in America.” Georgetown Law Review 70 (1982): 1229-1301.

Gibbons, John J. “Fictions.” Seton Hall Law Review 20 (1990): 344-77.

Henretta, James A. “Civil Liberties: the Constitutional Tradition in New York and the Several States, 1800-1920″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1990) (typescript).

Klein, Milton M. “Origins of the Bill of Rights in Colonial New York.” New York History (Oct. 1991): 389-405.

Kukla, Jon. “Federalists and ‘Federalists Who Are for Amendments’” (paper presented before the OAH, 1987) (typescript).

Note on Ullman v. United States (350 U.S. 422) (one piece).

Petracca, Mark P. “What Americans Should Know About the Bill of Rights: Eight Lessons.” This Constitution (Feb. 1991): 54-58.

Roche, John Pearson. “The Rights of the Citizen.” In his Courts and Rights: the American Judiciary in Action, 2d ed. (NY: Random House, 1966).

Tarcov, Nathan. “The Federalists and Anti-Federalists on Foreign Affairs.” Teaching Political Science 14.1 (Fall 1986): 38-45.