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  1. Biography - Cardozo, Benjamin N(athan) (1870-1938): An article from: Contemporary Authors by --Sketch by Judson Knight, 2003-01-01
  2. Typed Letter Signed (TLS) by U. S. Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (1870-1938). by Benjamin N. Cardozo, 1936-01-01
  3. The jurisdiction of the Court of Appeals of the State of New Yor by Cardozo. Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan). 1870-1938., 1903-01-01
  4. Mr. Justice Cardozo: A Liberal Mind in Action by Joseph Percival Pollard, 1970-03-30
  5. The World of Benjamin Cardozo: Personal Values and the Judicial Process by Richard Polenberg, 1997-10-15
  6. Cardozo: A Study in Reputation by Richard A. Posner, 1990-10-15
  7. Cardozo by Andrew L. Kaufman, 1998-05-01
  8. Bibliography, Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (May 24, 1870-July 9, 1938) by Ernest Henry Breuer, 1964

1. Benjamin Cardozo
Biography of the Supreme Court justice.
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Supreme Court Justices Benjamin N. Cardozo (1870-1938) From 1891-1914, Benjamin Cardozo practiced law in New York City. He practiced with his brother Albert (Allie) Cardozo, Jr., until Allie's death in 1909. He lived at the family's home with his brother, sisters Nell and Lizzie, and his twin, Emily. In early 1932, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes resigned from the Supreme Court due to advancing age (Holmes was 90.) Cardozo, then 61 (Holmes's age when appointed to the Supreme Court), was nominated by President Herbert Hoover to the Court. Less than two weeks later, the Senate unanimously approved Cardozo's nomination. In Fall 1932, in the midst of the Great Depression, former New York Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected President. FDR would, beginning in March 1933, usher in the New Deal. Various aspects of the New Deal were subject to constitutional challenge almost immediately. The Court was deeply divided during the time Cardozo was a member. Cardozo

2. Benjamin N. Cardozo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Cardozo, Benjamin N., (1921) Nature of the Judicial Process, The Storrs Lectures Delivered at Yale University On line hyperlinked version produced and proofed by Lee Fennell.
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Religion Jewish Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (May 24, 1870 – July 9, 1938) was a well-known American lawyer and associate Supreme Court Justice . Cardozo is remembered for his significant influence on the development of American common law in the 20th century, in addition to his modesty, philosophy, and vivid prose style. Cardozo served on the Supreme Court only six years, from 1932 until his death in 1938, and the majority of his landmark decisions were delivered during his eighteen year tenure on the New York Court of Appeals , the highest court of that state.
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3. The Nature Of The Judicial Process - Cardozo, Benjamin N. - Yale
In this famous treatise, a Supreme Court Justice describes the conscious and unconscious processes by which a judge decides a case. He discusses the sources of information to
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Finding aid for a special collection at the Harvard Law School Library, consisting of writings of Benjamin N. Cardozo and his secretary.
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Signed Letter from Benjamin Cardozo to Prof. Tchernowitz concerning raising funds to further the Talmudic Library CARDOZO, Benjamin N. Typed Letter Signed to Prof. Chaim
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Two portraits and a biographical profile of the jurist.
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Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo was a distinguished jurist who had been appointed to the court by President Hoover to fill the seat of the legendary Oliver Wendell Holmes. Modest in demeanor and with a strong philosophical bent, he was the author of four volumes of essays on the philosophy of law prior to being appointed to the court. Cardozo's view of the Constitution was in sympathy with Hamilton's, which he expressed this way: " . . .the great generalities of the Constitution have a content and a significance that vary from age to age. The method of free decision sees thru the transitory particulars and reaches what is permanent behind them. "
One historian would describe his work this way: " Every law school graduate can recognize a Cardozo opinion by a quick perusal. His style is unmistakable: limpid clarity, conciseness suffused with a moral almost spiritual luminosity, and a command of historical material that is unrivaled in the entire common-law tradition. The beauty of his prose must be rated with those of the Greek and Roman classicists whose works he read in the original language for his own pleasure ."

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9. Benjamin N. Cardozo | The Oyez Project
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    The Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States (Artist: Eben F. Comins) Media Items Benjamin N. Cardozo - Icon File Benjamin N. Cardozo - Portrait Benjamin N. Cardozo - Photograph Personal Information Born: Tuesday, May 24, 1870 Died: Saturday, July 9, 1938 Childhood Location: New York Childhood Surroundings: New York Position: Associate Justice Seat: Nominated By: Hoover Commissioned on: Tuesday, March 1, 1932 Sworn In: Sunday, March 13, 1932 Left Office: Friday, July 8, 1938 Reason For Leaving: Death Length of Service: 6 years, 3 months, 26 days Home: New York Cite this page The Oyez Project, Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo available at: ( http://oyez.org/justices/benjamin_n_cardozo (last visited Saturday, October 30, 2010 Birth Place: New York Biography: Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (and his twin sister) were the youngest of six children born to a distinguished family in New York. His father was a judge in the state trial court of general jurisdiction. Cardozo's father resigned from the bench rather than risk impeachment for his involvement with the Tweed machine in New York City; he maintained a successful law practice after he left the bench. Cardozo entered Columbia College at fifteen. He graduated at the top of his class and then entered Columbia Law School, but he did not complete his degree. He joined his father's firm and entered the bar where he earned an excellent reputation. Cardozo was elected to the court from which his father resigned. Shortly thereafter, he was elected to the state's highest court after endorsements from the major political parties.

10. Benjamin Cardozo
Short biography of the graduate of Columbia College.
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var loaded_bol = false; "The judicial process is one of compromise between paradoxes, between certainty and uncertainty, between the literalism that is exaltation of the written word and the nihilism that is destructive of regularity and order."
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Considered one of the great legal thinkers in American history, Cardozo was especially known as a spokesman on sociological jurisprudence and the relationship between law and social change. He exerted his wide influence from two prominent positions:first as a judge, and later chief judge, of the New York State Court of Appeals; then, from 1932 until his death, as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.There he joined with Louis D. Brandeis and Harlan Fiske Stone (1898 Law) to uphold early New Deal legislation. Cardozo expounded his philosophy of law and the judicial process in three classics of jurisprudence: The Nature of the Judicial Process The Growth of the Law (1924), and The Paradoxes of Legal Science (1928). The law school of Yeshiva University is named in his honor.

11. Cardozo, Benjamin N.
Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (May 24, 1870 – July 9, 1938) is a wellknown American jurist and a justice on the United States Supreme Court. He is remembered most for his landmark
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Port Chester, New York Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (May 24, 1870 – July 9, 1938) is a well-known American jurist and a justice on the United States Supreme Court . He is remembered most for his landmark decisions on negligence but also his self effacing modesty, philosophy , and writing style, which is considered remarkable for its prose and vividness. Cardozo is regarded as one of the most influential and respected jurists of the twentieth century. Cardozo was the second person of Jewish descent, after Louis Brandeis , to be appointed to the Supreme Court. Because of his Iberian roots and fluency in Spanish, a few commentators consider him to have been the first Hispanic justice as well, although his family origins were in Portugal rather than Spain . In his years as an Associate Justice, he handed down opinions that stressed the necessity for the law to adapt to the realities and needs of modern life. The decisions of past jurists and legislators may or may not have been correct at the time but it is universally understood that the law needs to serve

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Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan), 18701938. The Altruist in Politics (English) (as Author) Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935. The Common Law (English) (as Author)
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13. Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan). Papers, 1916-1938: Finding Aid.
HOLLIS 601636 Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan). Papers, 19161938 Finding Aid. Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138 Harvard Law School
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Abstract: This collection mainly consists of photocopies of the correspondence and drafts of Benjamin N. Cardozo and his secretary (1918-1937), a notebook entitled Constitutional History of England, and petitions for writs of certiorari U.S. Supreme Court, Oct. Term 1932.
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The first series contains correspondence and drafts of Cardozo's. The second series consists of two volumes of photocopies of holograph letters addressed to Joseph M. Paley, who was appointed Cardozo's secretary in 1918. The correspondence covers the period of 1918 to 1937, but there are only scattered letters after 1929. The letters are essentially personal-professional. The third series is a photocopy of a notebook entitled: Constitutional History of England. The fourth series contains photocopies of petitions for writs of certiorari U.S. Supreme Court, Oct. Term 1932. Photocopies of manuscripts, addresses and essays are included in the fifth group of papers.

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Biography, portraits. Also, remarks made by the New York State Court of Appeals on Cardozo s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, and on his death.
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Associate Judge (1914-1927) and Chief Judge (1928-1932) of the New York State Court of Appeals, Associate Justice of the United State Supreme Court (1932-1938), Benjamin Cardozo remains one of the most influential and respected jurists of the twentieth century. His decisions in tort law and fiduciary responsibility defined many standards that continue today. The son of a New York Supreme Court Justice, Benjamin Cardozo was born in New York City in 1870 and received his legal education at Columbia Law School. He was elected to the New York Supreme Court in 1913 and appointed to the Court of Appeals by designation of the Governor the following year. In 1917 he was elected to a 14-year term at the Court of Appeals where he served with distinction until he was appointed by President Herbert Hoover to the United States Supreme Court to succeed Oliver Wendell Holmes. Like Holmes, Cardozo was a progressive jurist during a period of legal formalism where prevailing thought urged suppression of judicial creativity. Cardozo believed there was room for judicial lawmaking in the common law and promoted his activist philosophy not only in his decisions, but in his many lectures and treatises. Notwithstanding his progressive attitude, Cardozo still believed that the legislative and executive branches of government were primarily responsible for instituting social change in a democratic society and he would consistently defer to their prerogatives. He was a proponent of small, measured development, once stating: "Justice is not to be taken by storm. She is to be wooed by slow advances."

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18. Cardozo's Nature Of The Judicial Process
Series of lectures delivered at Yale University, and printed as a book in 1921. In HTML. With notes. Pagination indicated. Each lecture in its own file.
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Lecture I. Introduction. The Method of Philosophy Lecture II. The Methods of History, Tradition and Sociology Lecture III. The Method of Sociology. The Judge as a Legislator Lecture IV. Adherence to Precedent. The Subconscious Element in the Judicial Process. Conclusion Endnotes Return to Law and Literature Page Return to Home Page Another Hypertext
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