JUSTICE JACKSON: A LAW CLERK'S RECOLLECTIONS
- A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT JACKSON BY HIS NEPHEW. Adams, Harold Jackson // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p1
Comments on the personality of Justice Robert Jackson. Action he took when his father refused financial assistance for his law education; Reason behind his failure to speak at the graduation ceremony at the Frewsbeurg High School in New York; Description as a lawyer.
- THE LEGACY OF ROBERT H. JACKSON. Gerhart, Eugene C. // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p19
Offers opinion on the legacy of Justice Robert H. Jackson. His way of speaking to people; Views of Jackson on the centralization of government in Washington; Highlight of his speech on the laying of the cornerstone of the first American Bar Center on November 2, 1953.
- ALBANY IN THE LIFE TRAJECTORY OF ROBERT H. JACKSON. Barrett, John Q. // Albany Law Review;2005, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p516
Profiles the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Nuremberg prosecutor Robert Houghwout Jackson. Background of Jackson; Employment background; Contributions of Jackson to the practice of law in Albany, New York.
- ROBERT H. JACKSON: HIS YEARS AS A PUBLIC SERVANT "LEARNED IN THE LAW" Graffeo, Victoria A. // Albany Law Review;2005, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p539
Features the life of U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Prosecutor Robert Houghwout Jackson as a government lawyer and public servant. Background of Jackson in the field of law; Characteristics of Jackson that exemplified the highest standards of the legal profession; Challenges encountered by...
- The Product of the Present-Day Law School. Jackson, Robert H. // California Law Review;Sep39, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p635
Presents the text of a speech given by lawyer Robert H. Jackson at the meeting of the Legal Education Section of the American Bar Association on July 11, 1939, which deals with the work of the modern law school.
- THAT TWINKLE IN HIS EYES. McLay, Alma Soller // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p51
Presents an article relating the experience of a secretary from working with the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson. First impression on Jackson; Public relations attitude of Jackson; Most memorable meeting with Jackson.
- REMEMBERING ROBERT H. JACKSON AT NUREMBERG DECADES AGO. Bryson, Brady O. // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p9
Reflects on a relationship with Chief Counsel Robert H. Jackson during the trial of war criminals in Nuremberg, Germany in 1945. His responsibilities as Chief Counsel; Legal principle he sought to establish at Nuremberg; View of Jackson on the case.
- ROBERT HOUGHWOUT JACKSON (1892-1954). Adams, Harold Jackson // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, Preceding p1
Pays tribute to Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson who died in October 1954.
- Part Two: Arrest. // America's Invisible Gulag;2000, Vol. 23, p35
The article presents quotes from Justice Robert H. Jackson criticizing executive imprisonment and from an FBI agent assuring about the arrest of individuals in the U.S.