Very good. Very good brown cloth hardcover with gilt lettering, ex college library with the usual features including a white label on the spine. The text is clean and unmarked; the book is tight & square. No dust jacket. We appreciate your order! Packaged and shipped by shelf-worn bibliophiles.
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First edition. Hardcover. A look at Juda Philip Benjamin, Sir George Jessel, Louis D. Brandeis, Rufus Isaacs and Benjamin Nathan Cardozo. An about near fine copy with an indentation/shadow from a paper clip to the front free endpaper in a very good plus price clipped dust jacket that has some darkening to the spine and some minor chipping to the spine ends and small tears. Uncommon in the original edition with any jacket.
1949. (Hardcover) Very good, no dust jacket. 74pp. Notes. There is a previous owner's inscription on the front endpaper, a newspaper clipping taped to the front free endpaper, and 2 dates written neatly in ink on the title page. (Law, Jews, Law)
ISBN-13: 9781584770459; ISBN-10: 1584770457. , 74 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584770459; ISBN-10: 1584770457. Hardcover. New. Considered in light of the leading roles they have played in the history of the common law, the five British and American lawyers are Judah Philip Benjamin, Sir George Jessel, Louis Brandeis, Rufus Isaacs, and Benjamin Cardozo. The text--considerably expanded and here annotated--of the eleventh Lucien Wolf Memorial Lecture, was delivered on May 15, 1947 at University College, London University. Arthur L. Goodhart [1891-1978] was the professor of jurisprudence at the University of Oxford. He gave up the chair in 1951 on his appointment as master of University College, serving, as the first American to head an Oxbridge college. In 1938 he was made an honorary bencher of Lincoln's Inn and in 1943 a King's Counsel, only the second American ever to be so distinguished.
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