Arthur Nussbaum

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Arthur Nussbaum
Born (1877-01-31)January 31, 1877
Berlin, Prussia
Died November 22, 1964(1964-11-22) (aged 87)
New York City, New York
Nationality German American
Occupation Lawyer
Spouse(s) Gertrude Eyck (m. 1906)[1]

Arthur Nussbaum[2] (January 31, 1877 – November 22, 1964) was a German-born American jurist. He taught at Berlin University (1918–1933). In 1934, he moved to the United States, and in 1940, he became a US citizen.

He taught at Columbia Law School from 1934 until his formal retirement in 1951.[3]

Scholarly Publications[edit]

  • Money in the law, 1939
  • Principles of private international law, 1942
  • Concise history of the law of nations, 1947
  • A History of the Dollar, (1958)

References[edit]

  1. ^ American Jews: Their Lives and Achievements 1. Golden Book Foundation of America. 1947. p. 283. 
  2. ^ Sometimes Artur Nussbaum, e.g., Comparative Aspects of the Anglo-American Offer-and-Acceptance Doctrine, Columbia Law Review, Vol. 36, No. 6 (Jun., 1936), pp. 920-929, published as 'Artur' Nussbaum)
  3. ^ Cheatham, Elliott E.; Friedmann, Wolfgang G.; et al. (1957). "Arthur Nussbaum: A Tribute". Columbia Law Review 57 (1): 1–7. JSTOR 1119841.