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Speeches, Arguments, and Miscellaneous Papers of David Dudley Field, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint)
by:David Dudley Field
David Dudley Field was bom in 1805 in Connecticut and died in New York City in 1894, having achieved in his lifetime the honor of being known as The Father of United States legal reform. He spent his whole life campaigning to bring about codification of common-law procedure in New York State. While the codification was never completely adopted in New...
David Dudley Field was bom in 1805 in Connecticut and died in New York City in 1894, having achieved in his lifetime the honor of being known as The Father of United States legal reform. He spent his whole life campaigning to bring about codification of common-law procedure in New York State. While the codification was never completely adopted in New York, the codes that he worked on were extensively adopted in many other States and other countries. His arguments for codifying common-law procedure were published in a pamphlet entitled The Reorganization of the Judiciary. This pamphlet was instrumental in persuading the New York Constitutional Convention of 1847 to favorably consider a codification of the law. In an 1894 article written on the occasion of Field sdeath, the author admiringly stated that his work will never be forgotten because it forms a conspicuous part of the progress of man himself toward that intelligent regulation of life which is the object of all law. The author goes on to say that the admirable qualifications of Mr. Field for the great tasks which he accomplished would not have been complete without his advanced conception of the law itself. He was not a case lawyer. He appeared to survey law in the direct relation which the whole and each part bears to public welfare. 2. Roy M. Mersky University of Texas Tarlton Law Library 1. Austin A bbott, The Work of David Dudley .F ield, Review of Reviews, Vol. 9, no. 5, May 1894, p. 550. 2. I bid. THE PUBLISHED WORKS OF DAVID DUDLEY FIELD Address of David Dudley Field...P resident of the (A merican Bar A ssociat ion at the Twelfth Annual Meeting, at Chicago. August 28. 1889. Philadelphia: Dando Printing and Publishing Co., 1889. 15 p. Address of David Dudley Field...P resident of the (A merican Bar) A ssociat ion at the Twelfth Annual Meeting, at Chicago. August 28. 1889. Phila delphia: Dando Pr(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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