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Henry Friendly, Greatest Judge of His Era

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674064393

Publication Date: 03/27/2012

Short

512 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

2 tables

Belknap Press

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  • Foreword by Judge Richard A. Posner
  • Introduction
  • 1. Early Years
  • 2. Private Practice
  • 3. Nomination and Confirmation
  • 4. Getting Started
  • 5. Judge Friendly
  • 6. Law Clerks
  • 7. Judges and Justices
  • 8. Away from the Courthouse
  • 9. First Amendment
  • 10. Fifth Amendment
  • 11. Other Bill of Rights Amendments
  • 12. Other Constitutional Provisions
  • 13. Habeas Corpus
  • 14. Nonconstitutional Criminal Procedure
  • 15. Specific Crimes
  • 16. Business Law
  • 17. Intellectual Property
  • 18. Management and Labor
  • 19. Railroad Reorganization
  • 20. Administrative Law
  • 21. Common Law and Federal Common Law
  • 22. Federal Court Jurisdiction
  • 23. Other Procedural Issues
  • 24. At the End
  • 25. Friendly’s Legacy
  • Appendix A: Friendly’s Clerks
  • Appendix B: Friendly’s Published Nonjudicial Writings
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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