Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
19th Century Legal Manuscripts
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT This collection contains documents - mostly letters - from a variety of Virginia and Maryland judges, Supreme Court personalities from the 19th century.
Docket Book of Judge William M. Pingrey, 1839
Abstract Docket of legal cases heard in Vermont in the early nineteenth century.
IMTFE Allied Judges Photograph
Abstract Historical photograph of IMTFE.
Inventory of the Papers of Judge John W. Bissell
Identifier: MSS -05-1
Inventory of the Papers of Judge Pierce Lively
Identifier: MSS -98-2
Papers of Judge George H. Revercomb
Identifier: MSS -93-3
Papers of Judge Richard L. Williams
Identifier: MSS -2011-01
Abstract Judicial papers (1979-2011) from Williams' chamber files. Chamber manuals, jury instructions, case files, correspondence, memoranda, digital files, opinions, calendars, scrapbooks.
Record Book of Samuel E. Smith, 1818 - 1850
Abstract Legal volumes containing estate records and court actions.
Sketch of Judge Edward J. Ryan by Ida Libby Dengrove
Scope and Contents This sketch and letter were given to Special Collections by Mary Ryan-Waters, Executor of Edward J. Ryan’s will, to be added to the Ida Libby Dengrove Collection, in April of 2016. The sketch was given to Judge Ryan, United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of New York, by Don Luftig, NBC Producer. There are also two letters of condolence from Judge Melanie L. Cyganowski, U.S.B.J., and Judge Sarah Sharer Curly, U.S.B.J., and one photograph.
The Docket Book of Richard Watson
Abstract Attorney's legal document referencing cases in Pennsylvania
Dates: 1871 - 1889
The Papers of Donald K. Duvall
Abstract Judicial and pProfessional papers that pertain to Mr. Duvall's tenure as Administrative Law Judge and as attorney specializing in Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (1936-1996).
The Papers of Judge Edward S. Smith
Scope and Contents These papers document Smith’s service on the U.S. Court of Claims, his appointment to the court, court administration, articles and speeches, and the federal court re-organization of the late 1970s that concluded with the Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1979, and the creation of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The collection reflects the administrative process that took place "to restructure a portion of the intermediate appellate tier." Judge...
The Papers of Judge Thomas C. Gordon, Jr
Identifier: MSS -04-1
Abstract This collection (1965-1991) contains correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, lectures on legal writing, memorabilia and eleven paintings.
Typed Manuscript for Justice Daniel Dissenting by John P. Frank
Abstract Working draft of manuscript.