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Yale University Press in memory of Arthur P. McK instry, who died inN ew York City, July 21, 1921. Born in Winnebago City, Minnesota, on De cember 22, 1881, he was graduated from Yale College in 1905, and in 1907 received the degree of LL.B. magna cum laude from theY ale Law School, graduating at the head of his class. Throughout his career at Yale he was noted both for his scholarship and for his active interest in debating, which won for him first the presidency of the Freshman Union and subsequently the presidency of theY ale Union. He was also Class Orator in 1905, and vice-president of theY aleC hapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Following his graduation from theS chool of Law he entered upon the practice of his profession inN ew York City and early met with the success anticipated for him by his friends, his firm, of which he was the senior member, being recognized at the time of his death as among the most prominent of the younger firms in the city. He was counsel for the Post-G raduate Hospital of New York, the Heckscher Foundation for Children, of which he was also a trustee, and from 1912 to 1914 served as associate counsel to the Agency of the United States in the American and British Claims A rbitration. By his untimely death the bar of the City of New York lost a lawyer outstanding for his ability, common sense, conscientiousness, and high sense of justice; andY ale University lost an alumnus of whom she was proud, who gave freely of his time and thought to his class of 1905, to the development of theY aleS chool of Law, and to the upbuilding of theY ale University Press, which he served as counsel.
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Roscoe Pound (Nathan) (1870-1964) was dean of Harvard Law School. Before that he was dean at the University of Nebraska School of Law. He is known as the father of the sociological jurisprudence movement and one of America's earliest leaders advocating for legal realism. He authored numerous books, including The Spirit of the Common Law, Law and Morals, and Criminal Justice in America.
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