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The Work of the Section of International and Comparative Law of the American Bar Association, 1941–1942

  • David E. Grant and William E. Masterson

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3 The members of this Committee are: William E. Masterson, Chairman; Carrol L. Beedy, Joseph W. Bingham, Edwin M. Borchard, Frederic R. Coudert, Theodore S. Cox, Thomas S. Creighton, Jr., William S. Culbertson, Philip C. Jessup, Howard L. Kern, Arnold W. Knauth, James G. Mitchell, and Otto C. Sommerich.

4 On the survival of international law, see: F. R. Coudert, “The Mexican Situation and Protection of American Property Abroad,” American Bar Assn. Journal, October, 1938; P. C. Jessup, “The Reality of International Law,” Foreign Affairs, January, 1940, p. 244; W. E. Masterson, “International Law Survives,” magazine section of Christian Science Monitor, January 27, 1940, and “The Rô1e of Law in International Defense and World Peace,” 87 Cong. Record, A5997 (1941).

5 Herz, John H. this Journal , Vol. 35 (1941), p. 243; Kuhn, A. K. Kuhn, ibid., p. 651.

6 Borchard, Edwin this Journal , Vol. 35 (1941), p. 618 ; Coudert, F. R., ibid., p. 429 ; Wilson,, R. R. ibid., p. 121 ; Woolsey, L. H. ibid., p. 502 ; Wright, Q. ibid., p. 305.

7 Baty, T. this Journal , Vol. 35 (1941), p. 227 ; Fenwick,, C. G. ibid., p. 121; Masterson,, W. E. Am. Bar Assn. Journal, November, 1940, p. 860.

8 Coudert,, F. R. this Journal , Vol. 35 (1941), p. 434.

9 Eagleton,, Clyde ibid., Vol. 34 (1940), p. 315.

10 1 Stat. 577; 50 U.S.C. 21.

11 See Final Act published by the Pan American Union, Washington, D. C, 1942, Congress and Conference Series No. 39, p. 16.

12 11 U. S. Law Week, 2127.

13 282 U. S. 481; this Journal , Vol. 26 (1932), p. 159.

14 C.C.H. War Law Service 8066.

15 289 N. Y. 9; this Journal, infra, p. 701.

1 Chairman of the Section of International and Comparative Law, 1941–42; Lecturer in Comparative Commercial Law, New York University Law School; Foreign Counsel, Pan American Airways System.

2 Chairman of the Committee on International Legal Problems Raised by War Conditions; Professor of Law, Temple University; author of Jurisdiction in Marginal Seas (1929), and numerous articles in domestic and foreign legal and popular magazines and encyclopedias.

The Work of the Section of International and Comparative Law of the American Bar Association, 1941–1942

  • David E. Grant and William E. Masterson

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