James Brown Scott

James Brown Scott (June 3, 1866 – June 25, 1943) was an American legal scholar. He founded the law school at University of Southern California and was professor of law at University of Illinois, Columbia University, George Washington University, and Georgetown University. He was editor in chief of the ''American Journal of International Law,'' played a key role in founding the American Society of International Law, and was an expert to the United States delegation at the Second Hague Peace Conference. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Scott, James Brown, 1866-1943
    Published 2000
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