- 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.
- Jackson name closer to being etched in stone. Fink, James // Buffalo Law Journal;7/30/2012, Vol. 84 Issue 61, p4
The article reports on the initiative to name the federal courthouse located in Buffalo, New York after Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson.
- Jamestown hosts John Roberts Jr. FINK, JAMES // Buffalo Law Journal;5/27/2013, Vol. 85 Issue 30, p4
The article reports that the 11-story federal courthouse in Buffalo, New York will be named after the late U.S. Supreme Court justice Robert Jackson.
- Federal courthouse welcomes dignitaries. FINK, JAMES // Buffalo Law Journal;9/30/2013, Vol. 85 Issue 48, p4
The article reports on the ceremony for the Robert H. Jackson U.S. Federal Courthouse in Buffalo, New York on September 30, 2013.
- That Man: An Insider's Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt (Book). Pederson, William D. // Library Journal;9/1/2003, Vol. 128 Issue 14, p185
Reviews the book "That Man: An Insider's Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt," by Robert H. Jackson.
- 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.
- THE GENIAL JUSTICE: ROBERT H. JACKSON. Marsh, James M. // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p41
Focuses on Robert H. Jackson as a Supreme Court justice. His accomplishments; His awareness of the frustrations of both individuals and businessmen in dealing with the federal government; His primary characteristics.
- ROBERT H. JACKSON: HEAD OF STATE? Prettyman Jr., E. Barrett // Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p67
Ponders on Justice Robert H. Jackson as head of state. Main concerns of Jackson regarding the case Brown v. Board of Education; Reason for the underestimation of Jackson as a Justice; Action he would take when compelled to rule in a way that failed to punish those who had acted improperly.