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Papers of Arthur Lehman Goodhart Abstract: He was educated at Hotchkiss School and Yale University, from which he graduated with distinction, and in came to England to study at Trinity College, Cambridge.
His original intention was to read economics, but being advised against having J. Maynard Keynes as a tutor, he chose law instead, thereby laying the foundations of what was to be a distinguished legal career in this country. After the outbreak of the First World War, he returned to New York and practised law there until the United States entered the war, when he returned to Europe as a member of the American forces and by chance renewed his acquaintance with his former law tutor at Trinity, Henry Hollond, who encouraged him to return to Cambridge after the war.
Intherefore, Goodhart accepted an appointment as a fellow of Corpus Christi College and University lecturer in law. In he helped to found the Cambridge Law Journal.
His skilled editorship of the Journal led to his replacing Sir Frederick Pollock, at the latter's behest, as editor of the prestigious Law Quarterly Review ina position he held for fifty years.
His main interest lay in the common law, but at Cambridge he found himself lecturing in jurisprudence, and thus was led to Oxford in when the Chair of Jurisprudence attached to University College became vacant.
He gave up the Chair in on his appointment as Master of University College, serving, as the first American to head an Oxbridge college, untilbut even after his retirement he maintained firm links with the college, which he and his family endowed handsomely.
He also continued to write about the law, and was much in demand as a lecturer on both sides of the Atlantic. Goodhart also made a reputation as a great exponent of Anglo-American friendship and co-operation, which was reflected in his own life and career. In he married an English wife, Cecily Carter, and although he made regular and frequent visits to the United States and maintained firm links with his American contacts, England provided the main arena for his activities.
He spent the war years largely in England, where he worked hard promoting the British cause among his countrymen, and in he was made an honorary KBE in recognition of 'outstanding services in the common interests of our two countries' MS.
He always remained an American citizen, but this did not prevent him from serving from to as Chairman of the Southern Region Local Price Regulation Committee and on many other important committees on this side of the Atlantic during his career, among them the Royal Commission on the Police and innumerable legal committees.
In he was made an Honorary Bencher of Lincoln's Inn and in a King's Counsel, only the second American ever to be so distinguished, and he was honoured by a great number of universities in the English-speaking world.
Scope and Content Goodhart's papers reflect the diversity of his interests, which are documented in abundance. The long run of general correspondence, arranged chronologically, includes prominent legal, academic and political names from both sides of the Atlantic.
Frequently recurring correspondents have been removed from this sequence to form their own Special category. These correspondents, and others from the general sequence, also feature in the Subject Files which follow, containing both correspondence and papers.
Most of these files date from Goodhart's years as Master of University College, and do not fall easily into any pattern of arrangement. They have been divided into broad general categories and arranged alphabetically within each, although in many cases a file could have been listed under more than one heading.
Inverted commas round a file title denote that the file was created and named by Goodhart or his secretary and found intact; other titles apply to other groupings of papers found or brought together during the course of sorting the collection.
Letters relating in part to subjects represented in these files are also to be found among the general correspondence.Squire Law Library.
Home; About the library. About the library overview; Library rules The Digest Title, De diversis regulis iuris antiqui and the general principles of law.
Essays in Jurisprudence in Honor of Roscoe Pound, Common Law, . Common law is the system of law which is practiced in England, it is a flexible system with judge led case law, and interpretation of statute at it’s core, it is a system of law applicable to everyone within its jurisdiction, regardless of social standing, which has evolved since the Norman conquest of and includes the concept of equity.
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He has edited Racism and the Law (), Rationality, Conventions, and the Law (), Philosophy and the Law of Torts(), and two volumes of critical essays on Bentham, Jeremy Bentham: Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy (). Currently, he is at work on a book on the rule of law.
INTRODUCTION: TWO WAYS TO UNDERSTAND A PRECEDENT. The common law has been created by the decisions of the courts as precedents. To understand it, we need to know what contribution a decision makes to the law, how it makes law or alters the law. He quotes, at p fn 29, the then hot-off-the-press Goodhart, Essays in Jurisprudence and the Common Law () at “ Perhaps the reason why the English Lawyer is not dissatisfied with the present system is that the 'myriad' precedents do not exist.