Arthur Nussbaum

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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 studied legal science in Berlin from 1894 till 1897. He taught at Humboldt University of Berlin (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]

  • Deutsches internationales Privatrecht, 1932
  • 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.