Three Case Western Reserve Giants: Arthur Austin, Henry King, and Morry Shanker
13 Pages Posted: 14 Jun 2012 Last revised: 25 Aug 2012
Date Written: 2011
“Arthur D. Austin,” 62 Case Western Reserve Law Review 3 (2011), “Henry King,” 60 Case Western Reserve Law Review 603 (2010), “Professor Morris Shanker,” 61 Case Western Reserve Law Review 13 (2010). These are tributes to three professors who had an enormous impact on the Case Western Reserve University School of Law and on the larger society: Arthur Austin, distinguished antitrust scholar, observer of the legal-academic scene, and Faulkner fanatic; Henry King, who combined expertise in business law with a passion for international law and human rights (honed during his time as a Nuremberg prosecutor); and Morry Shanker, a preeminent student of commercial law and bankruptcy and a defender of all things Mozartian. Their years of service to school and community make Methuselah look like a youngster.
Keywords: Arthur Austin, Henry T. King, Jr., Morris Shanker, CWRU Law faculty, tributes
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