Fb2 Myres Smith McDougal: Appreciations of an Extraordinary Man ePub
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Myres Smith McDougal (November 23, 1906 – May 7, 1998) was a scholar of international law and Sterling Professor of International Law at the Yale Law School, where he taught for fifty years. He also taught at New York Law School. McDougal was born in Burton, Mississippi in 1906. He received undergraduate and L. degrees from the University of Mississippi, where he taught classics for two years, was a Rhodes Scholar at St. John's College in Oxford University, from which he received a .
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book by Yale Law School. Contains memorial speeches, photographs, remembrances, vita & bibliography.
Myres Smith McDougal, Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law at Yale University, died on May 7, after a long illness. He was 92 years old. A renowned authority on interna-tional law, Professor McDougal founded, along with political scientist Harold D. Lasswell, the New Haven School of Jurisprudence, a policy-science approach to the study of law that conceives of law not as a body of rules, but as a process of decision. Professor McDougal called his jurisprudence "configurative" and "policy-oriented
Myres Smith McDougal, Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law at Yale University, died on May 7, after a long illness. Professor McDougal called his jurisprudence "configurative" and "policy-oriented
Professor Myres S. McDougal: A Tender Farewell, in MYRES SMITH MCDOUGAL: APPRECIATIONS OF AN EXTRAORDINARY MAN 119-121 (Yale Law School, 1999)
Professor Myres S. McDougal: A Tender Farewell, in MYRES SMITH MCDOUGAL: APPRECIATIONS OF AN EXTRAORDINARY MAN 119-121 (Yale Law School, 1999). Faces of Vulnerability: Protecting Individuals in Organic and Non-Organic Groups, in THE LIVING LAW OF NATIONS 217-226 (Gudmundur Alfredsson & Peter Macalister-Smith ed. 1996).
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Myres Smith McDougal, founder of the Policy-Oriented School of Jurisprudence, was the eldest of three sons born to Lula Bell (Smith) and Luther Love McDougal. He was born on November 23, 1906, in the farming community of Burton, in the hill country of northern Mississippi. His brother, Luther, was close to three years younger than he and the youngest of the three boys, Bolivar Smith, known simply as Smith, was seven years younger than Myres. Although he had contact with many of his relatives, Myres and his parents and brothers spent a great deal of time with his maternal grandparents at their.