Eugene C. Gerhart, America’s Advocate: Robert H. Jackson (Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 1958).

Other Books Containing Biographical Information
Susan Jane Buck [formerly Cox], Justice Robert Jackson and the Evolution of Administrative Law (Ph.D. dissertation, Public Administration and Public Affairs, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ., 1983) (available from University Microfilms International, © 1984).

Charles S. Desmond, Paul A. Freund, Justice Potter Stewart & Lord Shawcross, Mr. Justice Jackson: Four Lectures in His Honor (New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1969) (with introductions by Whitney North Seymour, John Lord O’Brian, Judge Charles D. Breitel and Justice John M. Harlan).

Eugene C. Gerhart, Supreme Court Justice Jackson: Lawyer’s Judge (Albany: Q Corp., 1961).

Jeffrey D. Hockett, New Deal Justice: The Constitutional Jurisprudence of Hugo L. Black, Felix Frankfurter, and Robert H. Jackson (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1996).

Glendon Schubert, Dispassionate Justice: A Synthesis of the Judicial Opinions of Robert H. Jackson (Indianapolis & New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 1969).

Edwin M. Yoder, Jr., Black v. Jackson: A Study in Judicial Enmity, in The Unmaking of a Whig and Other Essays in Self-Definition (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1990).


Biographical Essays & Entries
Daniel A. Farber, Robert Houghwout Jackson, in Melvin Urofsky, ed., The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary 257-62 (New York & London: Garland Publishing Inc., 1994).

Philip B. Kurland, Robert H. Jackson, in IV Leon Friedman & Fred L. Israel, eds., The Justices of the United States Supreme Court 1283-1311 (New York & Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 1997).

Michael E. Parrish, Jackson, Robert Houghwout (a 1986 entry), in Leonard W. Levy & Kenneth L. Karst, eds., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution 1410-11 (New York: MacMillan Reference, 2d. ed., 2000).

Michael E. Parrish, Jackson, Robert H., in The Hughes Court: Justices, Rulings, and Legacy 230-31 (Santa Barbara, Denver & Oxford: ABC-CLIO , Inc., 2002).

G. Edward White, Personal versus Impersonal Judging: The Dilemmas of Robert Jackson, in The American Judicial Tradition: Profiles of Leading American Judges 230-50 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976; 2d ed. 1988).

Douglas P. Woodlock, _Jackson, Robert Houghwou_t, in American National Biography Online (Feb. 2000).


Tributes in Law Reviews

Albany Law Review (1955)

Albany Law School Board of Trustees, Robert Houghwout Jackson 1892-1954, 19 Albany Law Review 1-3 (1955).

Columbia Law Review (April 1955)

Felix Frankfurter, Foreword, 55 Columbia L. Rev. 435-37.

Warner W. Gardner, Government Attorney, 55 Columbia L. Rev. 438-44.

Charles Fairman, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, 55 Columbia L. Rev. 445-87.

Telford Taylor, The Nuremberg Trials, 55 Columbia L. Rev. 488-525.

Harvard Law Review (April 1955)

Felix Frankfurter, Mr. Justice Jackson, 68 Harvard L. Rev. 937-39.

Louis Jaffe, Mr. Justice Jackson, 68 Harvard L. Rev. 940-98.

Stanford Law Review (December 1955)

President’s Page [by William H. Allen], 8 Stanford L. Rev. 1-2.

Philip Halpern, Robert H. Jackson, 1892—1954, 8 Stanford L. Rev. 3-8.

Paul A. Freund, Individual and Commonwealth in the Thought of Mr. Justice Jackson, 8 Stanford L. Rev. 9-25.

Arthur E. Sutherland, The Nation’s Economy and State Frontiers, 8 Stanford L. Rev. 26-53.

Viscount Kilmuir [Sir David Maxwell Fyfe], Justice Jackson and Nuremberg—A British Tribute, 8 Stanford L. Rev. 54-59.

Albany Law Review (2004)

Harold Jackson Adams, A Tribute to Robert Jackson By His Nephew, 68 Albany L. Rev. 1-3

Bennett Boskey, Bob Jackson Remembered, 68 Albany L. Rev. 5-7.

Brady O. Bryson, Remembering Robert H. Jackson at Nuremberg Decades Ago, 68 Albany L. Rev. 9-12.

S/Sgt Moritz Fuchs, Robert H. Jackson at the Nuremberg Trials, 1945-1946 As Remembered By His Personal Bodyguard, 68 Albany L. Rev. 13-17.

Eugene C. Gerhart, The Legacy of Robert H. Jackson, 68 Albany L. Rev. 19-22.

Henry T. King, Jr., Robert Jackson’s Transcendent Influence Over Today’s World, 68 Albany L. Rev. 23-36.

Thomas A. Loftus III, That Baby: Justice Jackson’s Writings About a Grandchild, and Vice Versa, 68 Albany L. Rev. 37-40.

James M. Marsh, The Genial Justice: Robert H. Jackson, 68 Albany L. Rev. 41-49.

Alma Soller McLay, That Twinkle in His Eyes, 68 Albany L. Rev. 51-53.

Bernard D. Meltzer, Robert H. Jackson: Nuremberg’s Architect and Advocate, 68 Albany L. Rev. 55-65.

E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., Robert H. Jackson: Head of State?, 68 Albany L. Rev. 67-69.

Richard W. Sonnenfeldt, For Me, Robert H. Jackson Is Alive, 68 Albany L. Rev. 71-76.


Selected Articles on Justice Jackson 
Stephen R. Alton, Loyal Lieutenant, Able Advocate: The Role of Robert H. Jackson in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Battle with the Supreme Court, 5 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 527-618 (1997).

John Q. Barrett, Closing Reflections on Jackson and Barnette, in_ Recollections of West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette_, 81 St. John’s Law Review 755, 793-796 (Fall 2007)SSRN Abstract

John Q. Barrett, The Nuremberg Roles of Justice Robert H. Jackson, 6 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 511-525 (2007).
John Q. Barrett,_ A Commander’s Power, A Civilian’s Reason: Justice Jackson’s Korematsu Dissent_, 68 Law & Contemporary Problems 57-79 (Spring 2005) SSRN Abstract

John Q. Barrett, Albany in the Life Trajectory of Robert H. Jackson, 68 Albany Law Review 513-537 (2005). SSRN Abstract

John Q. Barrett, Justice Jackson on “What the Law’s Going to Be”–At Least Until Its “Gelding,” 6 Green Bag 2d 125-130 (Winter 2003).

John Q. Barrett,_ A Jackson Portrait for Jamestown, “A Magnet in the Room,”_ 59 Buffalo Law Review 809-17 (Fall 2002). SSRN Abstract

Gregory S. Chernack, The Clash of Two Worlds: Justice Robert H. Jackson, Institutional Pragmatism, and Brown, 72 Temple Law Review 51-109 (Spring 1999).

Gerald T. Dunne, Justices Hugo Black & Robert Jackson: The Great Feud, 19 St. Louis Univ. Law Journal 465-87 (1975).

Eugene C. Gerhart, A Decade of Mr. Justice Jackson, 28 New York Univ. Law Review 927-74 (1953).

Jack Goldsmith, Justice Jackson’s Unpublished Opinion in Ex parte Quirin, 9 Green Bag 2d 223-231 (Spring 2006).

Whitney R. Harris, Justice Jackson at Nuremberg, 20 The International Lawyer 867-96 (Summer 1986).

Jeffrey D. Hockett, Justice Robert H. Jackson, the Supreme Court, and the Nuremberg Trial, 1990 Supreme Court Review 257-99 (1990).

Dennis J. Hutchinson, “The Achilles Heel” of the Constitution: Justice Jackson and the Japanese Exclusion Cases, 2003 The Supreme Court Review 455.

Dennis J. Hutchinson, The Black-Jackson Feud, 1998 The Supreme Court Review 203-43.

Dennis J. Hutchinson, Justice Jackson and the Nuremberg Trials, 1996 Journal of Supreme Court History 105.

Philip B. Kurland, Justice Robert Jackson—Impact on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, 1977 University of Illinois Law Forum 551-576 (1977) (the David C. Baum Memorial Lecture, delivered at the University of Illinois College of Law, October 14, 1976), reprinted in Six Justices on Civil Rights 57-82 (New York: Oceana Publications, Inc., 1983) (Ronald D. Rotunda, ed.).

Nanneska Nall Magee, Playing It Dangerous: Justice Jackson’s Passionate Style, 2 Scribes Journal of Legal Writing 123-41 (1991).
Constance L. Martin, The Life and Career of Justice Robert H. Jackson, 2008 Journal of Supreme Court History 42-67.

Walter F. Murphy, Mr. Justice Jackson, Free Speech, and the Judicial Function, 12 Vanderbilt Law Review 1019-46 (1958-1959).

E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., Robert H. Jackson: “Solicitor General for Life,” 1992 Journal of Supreme Court History 75-85.

Laura K. Ray, A Law Clerk and His Justice: What William Rehnquist Did Not Learn From Robert Jackson, 29 Indiana Law Review 535 (1995).

William H. Rehnquist, Robert H. Jackson: A Perspective Twenty-Five Years Later, 44 Albany Law Review 533-541 (April 1980).

Kirk Stark, The Unfulfilled Tax Legacy of Justice Robert H. Jackson, 54 Tax Law Review 171 (2001).

Adam J. White, Justice Jackson’s Draft Opinions in The Steel Seizure Cases, 69 Albany Law Review 1107-1133 (2006).

Notable Books that Contain Material on Justice Jackson
Geoffrey R. Stone, Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime, from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 2004) (chapter 4, especially pp. 242-43, 252-54, 280-86, 299-303 & 307-10).

William M. Wiecek, The Birth of the Modern Constitution: The United States Supreme Court, 1941-1953 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006) (Volume 12 of The Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, The History of the Supreme Court of the United States).

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