Collection Summary

Creator: Leigh, Monroe
Title: The Papers of Monroe Leigh
Accession: MSS 04-2
Description: 56 boxes; 22.4 linear feet.
Location: SC - Basement
Photograph Collection: View 0 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 0 objects

Collection Description & Arrangement

This collection was donated by the Leigh family in 2003. It is comprised of three major series with numerous subseries, including:

  • International Criminal Court
  • Legal Papers
  • Personal Papers

A primary focus of this collection is Monroe Leigh's work on international disputes and legal issues. Of note are his papers regarding his heavy involvement with the creation of the International Criminal Court as well as the documents focusing on the ABA Task Force on War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia. Many of the papers delve into legal issues regarding the constitutionality, sovereignty, and jurisdiction of international organizations to arbitrate disputes between multiple foreign entities.

 

The papers are arranged in the following Series and Subseries:

  • Series 1: International Criminal Court (ICC)

Subseries A: American Bar Association (ABA)

Subseries B: United Nations

Subseries C: ABA War Crimes Task Force - Yugoslavia

Subseries D: Sovereign Immunity

Subseries E: International Law Association Committee on State Immunity

Subseries F: Siracusa Conference - 17 to 21 September 1997

Subseries G: Geneva Conventions

Subseries H: Mixed Articles, Statements, Symposia

 

  • Series 2: Legal Papers

Subseries A: State Deparment Advisor

Subseries B: State Department - Permanent Court of Arbitration

Subseries C: Red Cross

Subseries D: International Water Rights

Subseries E: Case Files

 

  • Series 3: Personal Papers

Subseries A: Correspondence

Subseries B: University of Virginia Law School Seminar

Subseries C: University of Virginia Student Materials

Biographical & Historical Information

Born in 1919, Monroe Leigh grew up in Halifax, Virginia before graduating from Hampton-Sydney College in 1940 and then completing his law degree at the University of Virginia Law School in 1947. When the United States entered World War II while Leigh was a law student, he paused his legal studies to enlist in the Army where he served as a Captain in the Ninth Air Force in Europe. During his tenure at the University of Virginia Law School, Leigh served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Virginia Law Review.

After completing his law degree, Leigh moved to Washington, D.C. to work at Covington, Burling, Rublee, Acheson & Shorb. Continuing his active interest in international law, he joined the first U. S. Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1951. Two years later Leigh served on the legal staff of the Department of Defense, specializing in international affairs. By 1959, Leigh decided to return to private practice with the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson, ultimately assuming the role of the managing partner in their international law department. While he focused on international disputes and developed his expertise on public international law and international trade law, Leigh also began his long tenure at the University of Virginia Law School as an adjunct professor on international trade law.

In 1975, Leigh was called upon by then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to serve as the State Department Legal Advisor. Occupying this position form 1975 - 1977, Leigh was involved in many foreign diplomatic issues. He returned to the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson upon completion of his appointment. Leigh utilized his expertise on international law after the 1979 Iranian Hostage Incident by heading up a team to represent the interests of businesses seeking claims against the Iranian Government in front of a tribunal in The Hague.

Of the many professional organizations Leigh belonged to, he was tapped by the American Society of International Law to be their president from 1981 - 1982. He also served as editor for their law journal and other publications on international law. Serving as a U. S. Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague from 1975 - 1980, Leigh helped to select U. S. nominees to the International Court of Justice. Remaining throughout the 1990s, Leigh became involved in the war crimes trials of Augusto Pinochet, eventually heading up the American Bar Association's (ABA) Task Force on war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. These previous experiences all provided motivation for Leigh to actively support international entities that could sufficiently and effectively arbitrate international disputes and crimes. Leigh eventually served on the ABA Working Group on the International Criminal Court; an entity that was highly influential on the eventual formation of the permanent International Criminal Court that now sits in the Hague under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. When the United States ultimately decided not to ratify the treaty and become a member of the International Criminal Court, Leigh took his pen to the page to express his criticism of this decision. Monroe Leigh passed away in 2001 at the age 82.

A more in-depth biography may be found in the Virginia Journal of International Law, Volume 43, Number 1, Fall 2002, page 589: "In Memoriam: Monroe Leigh (1919 - 2001)" by L. Benjamin Ederington.

Acquisition Information

Date Received 2003
Donor Information This collection was donated by the Leigh family in August of 2003.

Content List

Series 1: International Criminal Court (ICC)

Subseries A: American Bar Association (ABA)

Box 1:

  • Constitutionality: Memorandum from David Stoelting to General Distribution re: ABA House of Delegates Vote on ICC Recommendation (16 sections of material tabbed and attached), 9 February 2001
  • Materials supporting Report and Recommendation on ICC to ABA House of Delegates -- ABA Recommendations &, Reports from 1998 and 2001, Letters to President Clinton from U.S. Senators, Members of Congress, retired miltary officers, Jerry Shestack, and WICC, Other statements and supporting articles
  • Constitutionality: Draft Memorandum from Monroe Leigh, Maury Shenk, and Galina Smith re: Constitutionality of Proposed International Criminal Court, 15 February 2000
  • Constitutionality: Draft by Monroe Leigh and Maury Shenk, The Constituionality of the International Criminal Court: A Response to Casey and Rivkin, 1 August 1998  
  • Marked draft of response to Senate testimony of Lee A. Casey and David B. Rivkin on constitutional objections to the ICC
  • Constitutionality: Nashville, Draft ABA Recommendation 118B by Section of International Law and Practice, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Section of Criminal Justice, Section Individual Rights and Responsiblities, and Standing Committee on World Order Under Law, 2 February 1998
  • Constitutionality: Email from AdvocacyNet Distribution subject: "On the Record" Vol. 1, Issue 22, 18 July 1998
  • Summary article on adoption of ICC Statute by Committee of the Whole of the Rome Conference
  • Constitutionality: Fax copy of July 23, 1998 Written Statement of Lee A. Casey & David B. Rivkin, Jr. Before the Subcommittee of International Operations of The Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate, 29 July 1998
  • Constitutionality: Handwritten Draft by Monroe Leigh re: ICC and adoption of the Rome treaty, n.d.
  • Constitutionality: Draft ABA Section of International Law and Practice Recommendation re: ICC, [1998?]; With handwritten edits, report and ICC statute summary attached
  • Constitutionality: Copy of In re Yamashita, [1945]; Contains notes, highlights, limited markup
  • Constitutionality: Statement of David L. Scheffer, Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues and Head of U.S. Delegation to U.N. Diplomatic Conference on Establishment of ICC, 23 July 1998; Forwarded to Paul R Williams, Executive Director of Public International Law and Policy Group for Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Constitutionality: Miscellaneous Articles and Commentary on issues surrounding adoption of ICC, 1998 -1999
  • July 20, 1998 ABA article, July 16, 1998 Cato Institute article by Gary Dempsey, August 24, 1998 Forbes magazine commentary, May 1999 American Society of International Law "In Brief"
  • Constitutionality: Miscellaneous photocopies, Scholarly Materials on International Courts, [1943] 1996 [1943] 1996
    1943 Cornell L.R. article by Robert E. Cushman - "Ex Parte Quirin et Al - the Nazi Saboteur Case", Except on international courts from Louis Henkin, Foreign Affairs and the United States Constitution (1996)
  • Constitutionality: Fax copy of Draft by David Stoelting Op-Ed re: Rome Conference on the ICC, 1 July 1998 1 July 1998 Handwritten notes and edits included
  • Constitutionality: "Against an International Criminal Court" by Lee A. Casey & David B. Rivkin, Jr., Commentary, May 1998; Note attached, Forwarded via fax to Henry Marshall at U.S. DOJ
  • Constitutionality: "Law Without Borders: The Constitutionality of an International Criminal Court" by Paul D. Marquardt, Columbia Journal of Transnatianal Law, 33:73, 1995; No markings so removed from collection. Other copy may be found in Box 1 folder 18, in the library or through online academic journal databases such as WestLaw and LexisNexus.
  • Constitutionality: ABA Recommendation 118B by Section of International Law and Practice, [1998?]
    Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Section of Criminal Justice, Section Individual Rights and Responsiblities, and Standing Committee on World Order Under Law
  • Constitutionality: Emails between Monroe Leigh and Kristen Boon re: memo on constitutionality of U.S. membership in ICC, 13 November 1998
  • Constitutionality: Memorandum on Constitutionality of Proposed International Criminal Court, 19 June 1998; Sent from Maury Shenk to Monroe Leigh and including contact information for U.S. delegation in Rome
  • Constitutionality: Memorandum from Galina Smith to Monroe Leigh re: Territorial courts, 25 June 1998; Includes "Law Without Borders: The Constitutionality of an International Criminal Court" by Paul D. Marquardt, Columbia Journal of Transnatianal Law, 33:73, 1995, Handwritten notes and copies of relevant cases attached
  • Constitutionality: Scholarly articles regarding developments of international criminal court, n.d.
  • Report on the Proposed ICC by The Committee on International Law and the Committee on International Human Rights, "Current Developments" by James C. O'Brien, separate summary by Peter Bekker, and "Proposal for an International Criminal Court" by Quincy Wright from American Journal of Int'l Law.
  • Constitutionality: Report of the Judicial Conference of the United States on the Feasibility and the Relationship to the Federal Judiciary of an International Criminal Court, September 1991; Forwarded to law firm librarian for distribution by Marion A Ott, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
  • Constitutionality: Draft memoranda between Monroe Leigh and Maury Shenk re: constitutionality and jurisdiction for international criminal court, 4 April 1998; April 4, 1998 draft by Maury Shenk re: Jurisdiction of International Criminal Court Over U.S. Persons, February 11,1998 draft re: Constitutional objection to International Criminal Court
  • Constitutionality: Draft Memorandum from Galina Smith to Monroe Leigh and Maury Shenk re: Constitutionality of the ICC exercise of judicial power over a defendant who committed a crime in the U.S., 9 June 1998; With handwritten edits and comments
  • Constitutionality: Draft Memorandum from Galina Smith to Monroe Leigh and Maury Shenk re: Constitutionality of the ICC exercise of judicial power over a defendant who committed a crime in the U.S., 1 June 1998; Contains checkmarks
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Fax letter from Mark Jennings to Monroe Leigh, 20 May 1999; Response to questions on collaboration for ICC Rules of Procedure and Evidence
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Fax from David Stoelting to Monroe Leigh forwarding Australian proposal for ICC Rules of Procedure and Evidence, 4 August 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Theodor Meron (enclosures), 5 November 1999; Enclosures: Paper Presented by Michael P. Scharf ("The ICC's Jurisdiction Over the Nationals of Non-Party States: A Reply to Ambassador Scheffer" at August 1999 ABA Section of International Law and Practice, Letter from Monroe Leigh to Samuel Burger regarding acceptance of Rome treaty establishing ICC (with attachments)
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Email from Ambassador Marc Ginsberg to Monroe Leigh re: Gore &,amp, the ICC, 7 October 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: letter from Monroe Leigh to Lloyd Cutler (enclosures), 30 September 1999; Enclosures: ABA Resolution as approved February 1998, August 1998 Report to ABA Section of International Law and Practice
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Lisa Brown, Counsel to the Vice President, 27 September 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Greg Stanton of World Federalist Association, 1 November 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Samuel Burger, National Security Advisor, 13 October 1999; Attachments: ABA House of Delegates, Nashville Resolution of Februrary 1998, ABA Section of International Law, Toronto Resolution of August 1998
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Samuel Burger, National Security Advisor, 12 October 1999; With handwritten notes and edits from Maury D. Shenk
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from David Stoelting to Samuel Burger, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 5 October 1999

Box 2:

  • Letters to Executive Branch: Fax from Rona R. Mears to Monroe Leigh forwarding email from David Stoelting on ICC, 13 October 1999
  • Letters to Ecexutive Branch: Fax to Mark Ginsberg from Monroe Leigh re: ICC, 29 October 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Fax cover and confirmation to John Washburn, 29 October 1999; No indication of what document was forwarded
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Fax from David Stoelting to Monroe Leigh forwarding letter from Michael A. Cooper to Samuel Burger, 29 October 1999
  • Letters to Executive Branch: Letter from Mara E. Rudman, Deputy Assistant to the Preseident for National Security Affairs to Monroe Leigh, 8 November 1999; Noting that U.S. would not sign the ICC Treaty and attaching October 20, 1999 Statement Before U.N. General Assembly Sixth Committee re: The Rome Treaty on the International Criminal Court
  • Legal Articles: "The Rocky Shoals of International Law" article by David B. Rivkin, Jr. and Lee A. Casey , The National Interest, Winter 2000/01; With some handwritten notes/markings
  • Legal Articles: "The United States and the International Criminal Court: The Choices Ahead" aritcle by Sarah Sewall and Carl Kaysen, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Committee on International Security Studies
  • Legal Articles: Panel Discussion by Association of American Law Schools Panel on the International Criminal Court, 9 January 1999; Post-it attached indicating forwarded from David Aaronson to Monroe Leigh on July 14, 1999
  • Legal Articles: "Symposium: The United States and the International Criminal Court: Achieving a Wider Consensus Through the 'Ithaca Package' " by Ruth Wedgwood, 1999; Page flagged
  • Legal Articles: "The New International Criminal Court: An Uneasy Revolution" by Leila Sadat Wexler and S. Richard Carden, Working Paper No. 99-6-2, Washington University School of Law; Handwritten notes and highlighting and page flagged
  • Legal Articles: "The Rome Treaty on the International Criminal Court" ABA Section of International Law and Practice, 10 August 1999
  • Legal Articles: "The International Criminal Court: An American View" article by Ruth Wedgwood, European Journal of International Law 1999
  • Legal Articles: "The ICC's Jurisdiction over the Nationals of Non-Party States: A Reply to Ambassador Scheffer" by Michael P. Scharf, presented at ABA Section of International Law and Practice Annual Meeting, 10 August 1999; Handwritten notes and markings, Extensive notes on back
  • Legal Articles: Selected Articles on the International Criminal Court by Ruth Wedgwood, 1995 - 2000; 1) "The Case for a Permanent War Crimes Court", 2) "Fiddling in Rome: America and the International Criminal Court", 3) "The International Criminal Court: An American View", 4) "Achieving a Wider Consensus Through the 'Ithaca Package,", 5) "Courting Disaster: The U.S. Takes a Stand"
  • Legal Articles: Email from Bruce Broomhall to Monroe Leigh re: Diane's memo, 25 August 2000; Attaching "International Criminal Tribunals: An Institution the United States Can Support" by Diane F. Orentlicher
  • Legal Articles: "The ICC's Jurisdiction over the Nationals of Non-Party States: A Reply to Ambassador Scheffer" by Michael P. Scharf, as presented October 28, 1999 at National Security Law in a Changing World: The Ninth Annual Review of the Field 28 October 1999; Handwritten notes and markings
  • Legal Articles: Draft of "High Crimes and Misconceptions: The ICC and Non-Party States" by Madeline Morris, n.d.
    Handwritten notes and markings
  • Legal Articles: "U.S. Objections to the Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Brief Response" by Bartram S. Brown, NYU Journal of International Law and Politics, Summer 1999; Signature: Monroe Leigh
  • Legal Articles: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Lea D. Browning with enclosures, 24 November 1999; Enclosures, both with markings as photocopied: "The ICC's Jurisdiction over the Nationals of Non-Party States: A Reply to Ambassador Scheffer" by Michael P. Scharf, as presented October 28, 1999 at Natioanl Security Law in a Changing World: The Ninth Annual Review of the Field, and DRAFT of "High Crimes and Misconceptions: The ICC and Non-Party States" by Madeline Morris
  • Legal Articles: "The United States and the International Criminal Court: Achieving a Wider Consent through the Ithaca Package" article by Ruth Wedgwood, forthcoming in Cornell International Law Journal
    Duplicate of article in Series I: ICC, Subseries A: ABA, Box 2 Folder 8
  • Legal Articles: Draft "The ICC's New Legal Landscape: The Need to Expand the United States Domestic Jurisdiction to Prosecute Genocide, War Crimes, and Crimes Against Humanity" by Douglass Cassel for Fordham International Law Journal, November 1999
  • Legal Articles: "The International Criminal Court: An American View" article by Ruth Wedgwood, European Journal of International Law (1999) AND "A Response to the American View as Presented by Ruth Wedgwood" 1999
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Rome Treaty Marks Historic Moment in International Criminal Law" by David Stoelting in the New York Law Journal, 28 August 1998; With note from David
  • Press Clippings: 10 articles from October/November 2001 printed via LexisNexis search 28 November 2001
    With handwritten markings, flagged and note attached - "The Institute for Global Legal Studies Inaugural Colloqium: The UN and the Protection of Human Rights: Introduction" by Stephen H. Legomsky for the Washington University Journal of Law &,amp, Policy, "International Court Should Try Defendants" by Leila Sadat, St. Louis-Post Dispatch, "ICC Establishment Pushed by Experts" for BusinessWorld, "International Court is Not 'War Menace' " by Stephen Rickard as letter to the editor, Washington Times, "The Need for Global Justice" by Rob Gaudet, The Stanford Daily, "Fate of bin Laden Strengthens Case for Permanet UN Court" for Agence France Presse, "Our Opinion: Even Superpowers Still Need Friends" editorial for The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, "A New International Spirit, If the U.S. Can Combat Terrorism, It Can Cooperate to Pursue Justice" by Diane Marie Amann, The San Francisco Chronicle, "Court Order" by David J. Scheffer, letter to the editor, Foreign Affairs, "Time to Recognise Courts Not Bombs" by Rob Bennett, Morning Star
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "The Pitfalls of Global Justice" by Ruth Wedgwood, New York Times Op-Ed, 10 June 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "A Worldwide Criminal Court", the Washington Post, 12 June 1998; With highlighting
  • Clipping, "U.N. Conference to Draft War Crimes Treaty" by Charles Trueheart, Washington Post, 14 June 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Arrest Refines Task of U.N. Conference" by Charles Trueheart, Washington Post, 16 June 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "China: War Crimes Court Should Be Limited", brief, Washington Post, 17 June 1998
  • Press Clippings: Email from Lea Browning to Monroe Leigh and others re: ICC Opposistion [sic]: Ashcroft, 15 June 1998; Forwarding information from the World Federalist on Washington Post announcement
  • Press Clippings: Email from Lea Browning to Monroe Leigh and others re: ICC -- Rape as war crime, 15 June 1998; Forwarding June 14, 1998 article from the New York Times, "An Old Scourage fo War Becomes Its Latest Crime" by Barbara Crossette
  • Press Clippings: Email from Lea Browning blind-copied to Monroe Leigh re: ICC -- The Economist, 12 June 1998; Forwarding information on 2 articles in The Economist, June 13, 1998 on ICC
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies, "Drive Opens for International Criminal Court" by James Blitz and "Beyond Nuremberg" by Kofi Annan for Financial Times Mandate, 16 June 1998
  • Press Clippings: Press Briefing by USG for Legal Affairs and UN Legal Counsel, 18 May 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies of New York Times articles from 18 June 1998; Photocopy, "U.S. Argues Against Strongly Independent War Crimes Prosecutor" by Alessandra Stanley, "A Strong International Court" editorial
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies of Washington Post articles from 18 June 1998; Photocopy, "Clout Without a Country: The Power of International Lobbies" by Charles Trueheart, brief, "U.S. at Odds with Allies Over Court"
  • Press Clippings: Fax from Patricia M. Hanrahan/David Stoelting to Monroe Leigh re: Jesse Helms, 1 July 1998; Forwarding June 22, 1998 press information from U.N. Court Watch
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Semantics Stall Pact Labeling Rape as War Crime" by Alessandra Stanley, New York Times, 9 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: "U.S. Cool to War Crimes Panel" by Charles Trueheart, Washington Post, 10 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies of New York Times articles from 15 July 1998; Photocopy, "U.S. Presses Allies to Rein in Proposed War Crimes Court" by Alessandra Stanley, brief, "Undermining an International Court"
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies of Washington Post briefs, 16 and 17 July 1998; "Clinton Urges Others to Give Ground on Court" and "War Crimes Conference Remains Divided"
  • Press Clippings: Press Release "Italian Foreign Minister Urges Conference Not to Let Chance to Set Up International Criminal Court Slip from Its Grasp" UN L/ROM/18, 14 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Articles by IPS-Inter Press Service, TerraViva, July 1998; "Torch-Light March", "Treaty? What Treaty",
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "A Turn in the Road" by Anthony Lewis, New York Times, 20 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopies of Financial Times Mandate articles from 16, 18, &,amp, 20 July 1998; "U.N. War Crimes Court Agreed" by James Blitz, July 18, "U.S. Faces Test on War Crimes Court" by James Blitz, July 16, with highlighting - "Diplomats Deliver Judgments on New War Crimes Court" by James Blitz, July 20
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "A New Court Without the U.S.", Washington Post, 21 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Nations Create War-Crimes Court Despite U.S. Protest" by Neil King, Jr., Wall Street Journal, 20 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, Letters to the Editor, "U.S. Is Wrong on War Crimes Court", New York Times, 22 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Don't Buy U.S. Excuse on Global Criminal Court" by William Pfaff, International Hearld Tribue, 23 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: "A New Court Without the U.S.", Washington Post, 21 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: From the Washington Post, 26 July 1998; "America Avoids the Stand" by Thomas Lippman, Op-Ed, "The Trouble with the War Crimes Court" by Fred Hiatt
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "War Crimes Approval Gives U.S. a Dilemma" by Thomas W. Lippman, Washington Post, 23 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, briefs from the Economist, 25 July 1998; "Sorry isn't enough", "A challenge to impunity", "Latin lessons for Asian banks"
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, brief, "A Weak International Court", New York Times, 27 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Fax from Phil Barringer to Monroe Leigh re: International Criminal Court, 28 July 1998; Forwarding with comment International Institute for Strategic Studies article "Creating an International Criminal Court" and other assorted articles from July 27 and 28
  • Press Clippings: Clipping and photocopy, "No Frankenstein's Court" by Diane F. Orentlicher, Washington Post, 31 July 1998
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, letter to the editor, "We Need an International Court" by Kenneth Roth, Wall Street Journal, 18 August 1998
  • Press Clippings: Email from Lea Browning blind-copy to Monroe Leigh re: ICC -- Financial Times, 1 September 1998; Forwarding July 31, 1998 letter to the editor by Jeff Laurenti
  • Press Clippings: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Fred Hiatt, Washington Post, regarding July 11, 1999 article, 13 July 1999; With copy of article attached
  • Press Clippings: "An International Criminal Court" letter to the editor by Kenneth Roth, Washington Post, 7 July 1999
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Departing War Crimes Tribunal Chief Assails U.N. Inaction" by Colum Lynch, Washington Post, 9 November 1999
  • Press Clippings: "Kosovo Inquiry Confirms U.S. Fears of War Crimes Court" by Seven Lee Myers, New York Times, 3 January 2000
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "Yes, A World Court" by Kenneth Roth, Washington Post, 27 June 2000
  • Press Clippings: Photocopy, "A World Apart?" by T.R. Goldman, Legal Times, 8 June 1998

Box 3:

  • Letters to Washington Post: Fax from Monroe Leigh to Edison Dick re: Letter to Hiatt opposing Helm's bill, 8 September 2000
  • Letters to Washington Post: Fax to Fred Hiatt from Monroe Leigh re: inaccuracies in July 11, 1999 Washington Post article, 13 July 1999; post-it attached indicating "Do not send this letter to Ed Dick"
  • Letters to Washington Post: Email from Kristi Gaines to Monroe Leigh re: Lobby Visits on Aug. 29th, 22 August 2000
  • Letters to Washington Post: Clipping, "Nato's Good Fight" by Fred Hiatt, Washington Post, 11 July 1999
  • Letters to Washington Post: Draft "For the ICC" 16 March 1999; Contains handwritten markup
  • Letters to Washington Post: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Fred Hiatt regarding July 11, 1999 article, 13 July 1999
  • Letters to Washington Post: Draft, Letter to editor, re: critics of proposed ICC (not sent) 965 words, 3 August 1999; Contains handwritten markup
  • Letters to Washington Post: Letter from Fred Hiatt to Monroe Leigh, re: Leigh's letter/thoughts on ICC, 10 January 2000
  • Letters to Washington Post: Correspondence between Hiatt and Leigh re: articles on ICC in Washington Post, 5 January 2000
  • "Report of the Task Force on an International Criminal Court of the American Bar Association" Benjamin R. Civiletti, Chair, John F. Murphy, Reporter, Alaire Bretz Rieffel, Editor. 1 August 1994; [Copy available at Law INT38.R4253]
  • Letters to Editors: Submissions for "Toward an International Criminal Court" by Monroe Leigh, June - July 1998; 1. to Washington Post, 2. to NYTimes (with penciled edits), 3. to Wall Street Journal
  • War Crimes: Letter from Samuel R. Burger, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs to Jerome J. Shestack, Chairman, Committee on Conscience, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, 16 January 2001
  • War Crimes: Letter from Jerome J. Shestack, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to President William Clinton, 28 December 2000
  • War Crimes: Press release "Helms on Clinton ICC Signature: 'This Decision Will Not Stand'" with letters attached, 31 December 2000; Attached letters: November 29, 2000 letter from Lawrence EagleBurger, former Secretary of State, Brent Scowcroft, formder National Security Advisor, Caspar WeinBurger, former Secretary of Defense, Zbigniew Brezezinski, former National Security Advisor, R. James Woolsey, former Director of Central Intelligence, Jeane Kirkpatrick, former Ambassador to the UN, Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State, Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of Defense, Richard V. Allen, former National Security Advisor, George Shultz, former Secretary of State, James A. Baker III, former Secretary of State, and Robert M. Gates, former Director of Central Intelligence, December 22, 2000 letter to Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff GEneral Henry H. Shelton from Senators Jesse Helms, Chairman of Committee on Foreign Relations and John Warner, Chariman of Committee on Armed Services
  • War Crimes: Letter from 18 U.S. Senators to President William J. Clinton, 21 December 2000; Signed by Senators Patrick Leahy, Dianne Feinstein, Allen Specter, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Christopher Dodd, John F. Kerry, Joseph I. Lieberman, James M. Jeffords, Richard J. Durbin, Tom Harkin, Herb Kohl, Charles E. Schumer, Frank R. Lautenberg, Paul Wellstone, Barbara Boxer, Patty Murray, Edward M. Kennedy, Paul S. Sarbanes
  • War Crimes: Letter to President William J. Clinton from several representatives of religious organizations and faith-based groups, 20 December 2000; Signees include Rev. Michael Dodd, Columban Fathers' Justice &,amp, Peace Office, Rev. Lonnie Turner, Cooperativer (sic) Baptist Fellowship Washington Office, Rabbi David Saperstein, Co-Director of Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, Gary Baldridge, Co-Coordinator of Global Missions for the Cooperative Bapatist Fellowship, and Rev. David O. Selzer (Chair), Janey G. Chisholm (Vice Chair), Verna M. Fausey (Secretary), Christopher Pottle (Treasurer), Mary H. MIller (Executive Secretary) of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship
  • War Crimes: Letter to President Clinton from 30 Congressmen, 15 December 2000; Signees: Patrick J. Kennedy, Sam Farr, Michael Capuano, Pete Stark, Dennis Kucinich, James McGovern, Sherrod Brown, Albert Wynn, Bill Parscrell, Jr., Jan Schakowsky, Barbara Lee, Barney Frank, Maurice Hinchey, Maxine Waters, Carolyn Maloney, Jesse Jackson, Jr., William Delahunt, Shelia Jackson Lee, Tim Holden, Nancy Pelosi, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Chaka Fattah, Edolphus Towns, Tammy Baldwin, Lucille Royball-Allard, Donald Payne, Major Owens, John Lewis, Jerrold Nalder, John Tierney, Bobby Rush, Lynn Woolsey
  • War Crimes: Letter to President Clinton from Washington Working Group on the ICC, 20 December 2000
  • War Crimes: Letter to President Clinton from Committee of Former Nuremberg Prosecutors for A Permanent International Criminal Court, In re: Rome Treaty for International Criminal Court, 6 December 2000
  • War Crimes: Letter to President Clinton from Recipients of the Eleanor Roosevelt Award, 20 December 2000
  • War Crimes: Letter from the National Council of Women's Organizations, November 30, 2000
  • War Crimes: Letter to President Clinton from senior retired military officers, 22 December 2000; Signees: Rear Admiral Eugene J. Carroll, Jr., Lieutenant General Robert G. Gard, Jr., Lieutenant Robert O. Muller, Chaplain (Major General) Kermit D. Johnson, Colonel Daniel Smith, Major General John B. Kidd, and Vice Admiral John J. Shanahan
  • War Crimes: Statement of Senator Leahy before the Senate re: the International Criminal Court, 15 December 2000
  • War Crimes: Agenda for Washington Working Group on the ICC, 16 January 2001; With handwritten notes
  • War Crimes: Copy of Subtitle C, Sec. 821 of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 2000 and 2001 2000 - 2001
  • War Crimes: Materials pertaining to the right to a trial by Jury in the US Military Courts, 2000 [1982, 1992, 1998]; (contains flags and handwritten notes), 1. Memo from Lee Caplan re: The Right to Trial by Jury in US Military Courts - Martial, August 11, 2000, 2. 727 Military Triers of Fact: Needless Deprivation of Constitutional Protections? By Gary Michael Heil in Hastings College of the Law 1982, 3. 103 The Court-Martial Panel Selection Process: A Critical Analysis by Major Stephen A. Lamb in Military Law Review, Summer 1992, 4. 1 He Called ofr his Pipe, and he called for his bowl, and he called for his members three - selection of military juries by the sovereign: Impediment to Military Justice by Major Guy P. Glazier in Military Law Revew, October 1998, 5. Citations list, Database JLR
  • War Crimes: Correspondence and drafts edits for report to ABA's Section of International Law and Practice re: ICC, September - October 2000; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Brian Newquist, Lea Browning, Barbara L. Stone, Cynthia Price, David Stoelting, John Washburn, Martha W. Barnett, Bruce Swartz, contains numerous handwritten notes, markup, edits, and personal correspondence regarding drafts
  • War Crimes Working Group: Official Correspondence re: ICC and Rome Treaty, October 1999 - December 2000;1. ML to ICTY Office of Public Information Services, The Hague, re: Request for Copy of ICTY Judges' Submission to the Fourth Session of the U.N. Preparatory Commission for the International Criminal Court Regarding Rules of Evidence and Procedue, April 12, 2000, 2. ML to Lloyd N. Cutler re: Barbara Crossette's NYTimes article on Pres. signing treaty before end of year, December 11, 2000, 3. Samuel Burger to David Stoelting re: US policy towards ICC and the Rome Treaty, November 9, 2000, 4. ML to Samuel Burger re: ABA adn ICC and US acceptance of Rome Treaty, October 13, 1999
  • War Crimes Working Group: Draft Statement and ABA Recommendation re: US agreeing to Rome Treaty of ICC, 29 November &,amp, 8 December 2000;1. Daniel Magraw to [cc. ML], 2. ML to Edison Dick
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence re: appointments for working group on ICC, Nov. 17, 1999 &,amp, July 19, 1999; 1. Rona Mears to Thoams Allen, 2. Rona Mears to ML
  • War Crimes Working Group: Handwritten comments re: WICC agenda, resolutions, op-eds, 14 December 1999; Handwritten in blue ink
  • War Crimes Working Group: Clippings, photocopies, articles re: the ICC, February 1999 - December 2000; Handwritten comments on some, highlights,
  • War Crimes Working Group: "Working Group on International Criminal Court Procedures", 26 April 1999; Not all of the documents appear to be extra copies
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence re: ICC with Australian Representatives, June - July 1999; Contains markup, post-it notes, and notations

Box 4:

  • War Crimes Working Group: Document Drafts, June 1999; Contains notations, 1. Part 6 of the Rome Statute, 2. ABA Recommendation re: ICC, 3. Australian Rule 92, 4. Proposed Rules of Procedure and Evidence for the ICC, 5. Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the ICC (Australian Draft)
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence re: Proposed Rules of Procedure and Evidence, 2 &,amp, 9 June 1999; 1. Re: ICC: Rules of Procedure and Evidence, 2. Re: Proposed Rules for Siracusa Meeting
  • War Crimes Working Group: Proposed Paragraphs for Section of Criminal Justice and International Law and Practice; Copies cc'd with notes sent to: Michael Johnson &,amp, Neal Sonnett, David Stoelting, James Silkenat, Gerold Libby, William Hannay
  • War Crimes Working Group: Drafts: Part 7. Rules of Evidence (multiple versions), 28 May 1999 - 11 June 1999; Contains handwritten notations and markup
  • War Crimes Working Group: Draft Documents, Apr - Oct 1999; Contains markup, notations, post-its, 1. ABA Section of Interantional Law and Practice Report to the House of Delegates Recommenation, 2. Proposed ABA Resolution concerning participation by the United Staets, 3. Report to Section, Re: draft report on the PrepCom, 4. Minutes of the Meeting of the Council of the ABA Section of International Law and Practice, 5. Revised Rules on Part 6, 6. Proposed rules for Special proceedings to Protect a Victim, Witness, or Accused, 7. Draft Basic Principles and Guidelines on the Right to a Remedy and Reparations for Victims of Violations of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, 8. ICC Rules of Procedure and Evidence comments, 9. July 12 draft rules on in camera evidence and electronic testimony, 10. In Camera Proceedings and Testimony by Electronic Means: Proposed Revised Rules, 11. Revised rules to replace ABA Rule 72 as well as Australian Rules 88 &,amp, 89 and French Rule 38.1, 12. Subsection 2. Rules of Evidence, 13. International Seminar on victim's access to the ICC, 14. Discussion Paper on Rules for PArt 6, 15. Draft Resolution for Consideration by the Section of International Law adn Practice at the Toronto Meeting
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence, April, July, November 1999; Contains post-it notes, highlights, notations, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, WICC group, Robert Stein, M. Cherif Bassiouni, Bruce Swartz, Barbara M.G. Lynn, William Hannay, Lea Browning, Jerome Shestack, Greg Stanton, David Stoelting, Edison Dick
  • War Crimes Working Group: Notes / Articles, July 1999; Contains handwritten notes, markup, notations
  • War Crimes Working Group: Documents, Sept &,amp, Dec 1999; 1. Rules relating to defense counsel, victims and witnesses, 2. Remarks made by Judge Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, Pres. Of the International Criminal Tirbunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the Perparatory Commission for the ICC
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence, Sep - Nov 1999; Contains handwritten notes, Correspondencts include: Thomas Allen, Rhona Mears, Monroe Leigh, James Silkenat, Karin Calvo-Goller, Greg Stanton, Roland Homet, Bruce Swartz,
  • War Crimes Working Group: Drafts, 2000; Contains markup, handwritten notes and post-it notes, Safeguards for US Personnel under the Rome Treaty for the ICC, ABA Recommendation on ICC (multiple versions), Draft Statement (Dec. 8, 2000), Report on the Proposed ICC (multiple versions)
  • War Crimes Working Group: Documents, 1998 - 2001; Contains markup and notes, ASPA draft bill text, APA Model Code of Judicial Conduct, Policy fo the Nixon Administration as Revealed in Public Statements, Expropriation in International Law, Ratification of the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court by Germany Statement, ABA Recommendation on ICC, Fall 2000 Retreat ICC Report with Recommendation, Ambassador Scheffer's Statement at the Human Rights Caucus, State of Monroe Leigh re: HR 4654, Panel on Foreign Policy Gridlock at Annual Meeting of Association, WICC group contacts, Remarks at House of Delegates Meeting Nashville,
  • War Crimes Working Group: Articles / Press, June 1994 - 2001; From: DefenseNews.com, Cato Institute, Diplomat, Foreign Affairs, Military Law Review, American Society of International Law, Federal News Service, American Journal of International Law, Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Reuters, New Yrok times, Congressional Testimony, The International Lawyer

Box 5:

  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence, January 1998 - July 2001; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Cynthia Price, WICC email list, Benmamin Ferencz, Carl Christol, Heather Hamilton, Stephen Rickard, Michael Capuano, Henry Hyde, Burns Weston, David Stoelting, Jerome Shestack, Jackson Diehl, Keithe Nelson, Enid Adler, John Washburn, Daniel Magraw, Willaim Hannay, David Scheffer
  • War Crimes Working Group: Legal Cases, 1995-1996; Contains handwritten notes and post-it notes. 1. 893 F. Supp.65, 1995 US Dist., Civil Action No. 95-1097 (RCL), August 31, 1995, 2. 1996 US App., Docket No. 95-2462, Decided August 29, 1996
  • War Crimes Working Group: Notes, 2000-2001; Handwritten notes in pencil and ink
  • War Crimes Working Group: ABA Criminal Justice Section Council Meeting Agenda Book, 18 - 19 November 2000; Contains post-it notes
  • War Crimes Working Group: Memo from Brian Newquiest to Monroe Leigh "Original Signatories" to the Rome Treaty, 29 September 2000; Contains highlights and post-it notes
  • War Crimes Working Group: Correspondence re: Rome Treaty, June 2000; Contains handwritten post-it notes and notations
  • War Crimes Working Group: Relevant Articles of Rome Treaty, n.d.; Contains markup, post-it notes, and notations
  • War Crimes Working Group Defence Unit: Travel plans and Conference agendas, September - December, 1999; 1. Reservation Confirmation, 2. Provisional Work Plan, 3. Predicted Ratified Dates, 4. Programme: Independent Defence before the ICC, 5.1999 Human Rights Day Community Awards Luncheon, 6. ABA Reps on Preparatory Comm.
  • War Crimes Working Group Defence Unit: Draft Proposals, 1999; Contains some markup, 1. PCNICC/1999/DP.8/Add.2/Rev.1, 2. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE(4)/DP.2, 3. PCNICC/1999/L.4, 4. PCNICC/1999/L.4, 5. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE/RT.5/Rev.1, 6. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE/RT.5/Rev.1/Add.1/Corr.1, 7. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE/RT.5/Rev.1/Add.2, 8. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE/RT.7, 9. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE(4)/Rt.1, 10. PCNICC/1999/WGRPE(4)/DP.3/Rev.1, 11. PCNICC/1999/WGEC/INF/3, 12. PCNICC/1999/WGEC/DP.27
  • War Crimes Working Group Defence Unit: Statements &,amp, Documents, 1999; Contains markup, 1. PCNICC/1999/L.4/Add.1, 2. US Statement before the UN General Assembly Sixth Committee, The Rome Treaty on the ICC, October 21, 1999, 3. (same as 2 w/different markup), 4. Senate Foreign Relations Comm Hearing, October 20, 1999, 5. PCNICC/1999/L.4, 6. Activity Report 1997-1999 Conference on Independent Defence before the ICC, 1-2 November 1999, The Hague, Netherlands, 7. A Strong Defense Before the International Criminal Court, Presentation for the ABA, August 10, 1999, by Elise Groulx
  • War Crimes Working Group FSIA: Articles on FSIA in historical perspective, n.d.; 1. Excerpt from "The Price of Terror: One bomb. One Plane. 270 Lives. The History-Making Struggle for Justice After Pan Am 103" by Allan Gerson and Jerry Adler (HarperCollins Publishers), 2. "The Constitution and Jrisdiction over Foreign States: The 1996 Amendments to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act in Perspective" by Lee M. Caplan (contains flagged pages)
  • War Crimes Working Group FSIA: Congressional Materials, 1994 - 1995; 1. Testimoney of Jamison s. Borek before the subcommittee on Courts and Adminsitrative Practice of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate on S. 825, June 21, 1994 (contains post-it message from Mark Said and comments within text), 2. Fax re: Draft letter to Sen. Biden supporting FSIA aka S. 735, June 2, 1995

Box 6:

  • War Crimes Working Group FSIA: Memoranda re: Amendments, 1995, 2000; 1. Mark S. Said correspondence, June 1, 1995 (contains business card), 2. Re: ILA, European Convention on State Immunity and FSIA., November 13, 2000, 3. Re: Proposed Amendments to FSIA, October 17, 2000 (contains markup)
  • War Crimes Working Group FSIA: Reports from the Working Group, 2000; 1. Section Reports with Receommendations, Council Summary (contains inserts), 2. Draft Recommendation and Report on the US Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 2000 (contains Monroe Leigh signature)
  • War Crimes Working Group FSIA: Historical Cases and Precedence, [1789] 1984; Many photocopies, Contains post-it notes, handwritten notes, underlines
  • War Crimes San Diego Meeting: Correspondence, January - March, 2001; Handwritten notes in blue ink, Correspondent's include Monroe Leigh, William Reece Smith, Jr., Andrew Goodpasture, William Hannay, Brooksley Born, Leigh Middleditch, Jr., Mary Hoinkes, Diane Wood, Martha Barnett, Jerome Shestack, James Silkenat, Elizabeth Parker, David Stoelting, Keithe Nelson, Jennifer Dabson, Robert MacCrateLori Damrosch
  • War Crimes San Diego Meeting: Documents, November 2000 - March 2001; Contains post-its and handwritten markup, 1. ABA Section of International Law and Practice Recommendation, 2. European Parliament Texts Adopted at the sitting of Thursday 18 January 2001, 3. Resolution of Section of Criminal Justice on ISS (Dec 21, 2000), 4. Report with Recommendation re: this country's becoming a part to the Rome Treaty to establish the ICC
  • War Crimes San Diego Meeting: Congressional Correspondence &,amp, Remarks, January - March 2001; Contains post-its, handwritten markup and notes, 1. ABA Criminal Justice Section, House of Delegates, Recommendation, 2. Relevant transcript parts of Colin Powell's confirmation hearin, 3. Substitute for paragraph 1 of the Resolution, 4. Talking points for House of Delegates debate on ICC, 5. Letters to House on misconceptions of proposed ICC, 6. Transcript (with penciled notes) of Colin Powell's confirmation hearing, 7. Prepared statement of Colin Powell for confirmation, 8. Talking points prepared for Martha Barnett on ICC, 9. Copies of letters re: ICC and upcoming House debate
  • War Crimes San Diego Meeting: Press opinion and articles, Dec 2000 - February 2001; Contains some notes, 1. Washington Times "Proposed international court will protect civil liberties" Dec 30, 2000, 2. Washington Times "International court pressures and perils" Dec 26, 2000, 3. Washington Post "Powell Reverses Albright Choice of Judge" Feb 4, 2001, 4. Letter to Martha Barnett re: two previous Washington Times articles and "The United States and the Statute of Rome article in The American Journal of International Law" (Vol. 95, 2001)

Box 7:

  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Draft letter re: Helms Senate hearings on ICC, 14 June 2000; Contains handwritten markup
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Press release and materials re: Helms position on Americans and the UN Court, 14 June 2000; contains: press release "Helms, GOP Offer Bill to Protect Ameircans From Prosecution by UN Court", Statement by Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jesse Helms Hearing on "The American Servicemen's Protection Act", newspaper photocopies about hearing, letter from Helms to Louis Freeh (Dir, FBI) re: US officials traveling abroad
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Senate Bill S. 2726 106th Congress 2d Session, 14 June 2000; Contains handwritten markup
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Summary of the "American Servicemen's Protection Act" of 2000 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Memo to Monroe Leigh from Lee Caplin re: Legislative History of the NATO Status of Forces Agreement Indicating the Application of a Distinct Legal Regime in Time of War, 8 July 1999; Contains highlighting
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Fax from Robinson Everett to Monroe Leigh re: "American Servicemembers and the ICC" (document markup) 20 June 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Photocopy "Agreement Between the Parties to the North Atlantic Treaty Regarding the Status of Their Forces" signed 4 April 1949 [1949]
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Testimonies from Jeremy Rabkin and Ruth Wegwood re: The ICC and the American Servicemen's Protection Act, 14 June 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Emails to wicc@egroups.com re: ICC Legislation, 14 - 19 June 2000; Subjects include: 1. Wash Post article, June 19, 2000, 2. Summary of Anti-ICC legislation from Helms, June 14, 2000, 3. WICC update: Helms hearing notes, June 15, 2000, 4. Chuck Woolery's Notes from Hearing, June 15, 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Email from Jeffrey Pryce to Monroe Leigh re: FW: csmonitor.com article, 13 June 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Excerpt from email: "Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions" on S. 2726, 15 June 2000
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Photocopy "Committee on Foreign Relations", Senate, 1999 Congressional Staff Directory 1999
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Press releases from Human Rights Watch re: ICC, June 2000; 1. "Helms 'Losing the Battle' on International Court", 2. "'Scare Tactics' on International Court Denounced"
  • War Crimes Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Fax from Monroe Leigh to Louis Henkin re: Outline of Compromise on the ICC, 15 June 2000
  • Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Email from Lean Browning to lbrowning@igc.org re: W. Pace - Paris Meeting on Victims' Access, 5 May 1999
  • Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Press release from Human Rights Watch "Stop threatening international court, U.S. officials told", July 1998
  • Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Statement of John R. Bolton before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, on the International Criminal Court, 23 July 1998;also contains a brief bio from American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
  • Senate Foreign Relations Hearing: Handwritten notes re: SFR Committee hearing 1998
  • Section of International Law &,amp, Practice: Draft Rules of Procedure and Evidence for the International Criminal Court, 10 February 1999; Contains signature, tagged page, and handwritten edits in booklet
  • Section of International Law &,amp, Practice: Recommendation: Resolved, That the American Bar Association recommends that the United States Government accede to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
  • Recs to US House of Reps: American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Report to the House of Delegates Recommendation, 2000
  • Recs to US House of Reps: Fax to Monroe Leigh from Cynthia Price re: Report with Recommendation (instructions), 20 September 2000
  • Recommendation 105 (C): Letter to Major General Keithe E. Nelson from Gen. Counsel of Dept. of Defense re: ABA Recommendation 105 (C) concerning the International Criminal Court, 14 February 2001
    duplicates removed
  • Re HR 4654: "Report to Section" (duplicate of part 2 of Monroe Leigh's statemetn on behalf of the ABA submitted to the Committee on International Relations US House Representatives regarding HR 4654, American Servicemembers' Protection Act, 25 July 2000; removed as a duplicate
  • Monroe Leigh Articles: Handwritten name list to whom copies should be sent; Handwritten in blue ink
  • Monroe Leigh Articles: "The United States and the Statute of Rome" by Monroe Leigh in The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 95, No. 1, January 2001 (pp. 124 - 131) January 2001; removed as can be found in journal
  • Criminal Justice Section: Correspondence and edits regarding Reports &,amp, Recommendations 113B and 300, May - July 1999; Correspondents include: Rochelle Evans, David Stoelting, Myrna S. Raeder, Monroe Leigh, James Silkenat, William Hannay, Gerald Libby, Cynthia Price, Michael Johnson, Neal R. Sonnett, Jerome Shestack, Bruce Swartz, Lewis Morgan, contains numerous handwritten notes, markup, edits
  • Criminal Justice Section: Email from Cynthia Price to Monroe Leigh re: Leigh Memo to SILP Council re CJS ICC Recommendation, 28 December 2000
  • Criminal Justice Section: Correspondence, December 2000 - January 2001; 1. To President William Clinton re: Rome Statute, 2. From James Silkenat re: Criminal Justice Section Resolutoin on ICC, 3. From Monroe Leigh re: President signing the ICC treaty, 4. From David Stoelting re: Section of Criminal Justice, R/R re ICC, 5. From Cynthia Price re: Section of Criminal Justice, R/R re ICC
  • Criminal Justice Section: Press, November 1999 and November 2000; 1. Newsletter on Section of International Law and Practice, 2. AP article "Campaign Launched Against UN Court"
  • Criminal Justice Section: Reports, January - February 2001; 1. Votes and Comments on resolutions, 2. Report No. 105C, 3. Re: Section of Criminal Justice, Report with Recommendation on ICC, 4. Report ABA on ICC draft, 5. ABA Criminal Justice Section, House of Delegates Recommendation
  • Re HR 4654: Draft Letter to NY Times from current &,amp, former Presidents of the American Society of International Law supporting Treaty of Rome, 7 February 2001
  • Re HR 4654: Statement of Monroe Leigh on behalf of the American Bar Association submitted to the Committee on International Relations US House of Representatives regarding HR 4654, American Servicemembers' Protection Act, 25 July 2000; note: "my working copy", includes revision from August 29, '00
  • Re HR 4654: Letter to Tom DeLay from former US Cabinet members re: support for HR 4654, the American Servicemembers' Protection Act of 2000 29 November 2000
    duplicates removed
  • Re HR 4654: Letter to Henry Hyde (Feb. 21, 2001) and copy faxed toSean Moore of Barbara Boxer's office (Mar. 26, 2001) re: HR 4654, Misconceptions about the Proposed International Criminal Court, 13 February 2001; duplicates removed
  • Re HR 4654: Letter from Monroe Leigh re: American Servicemembers Protection Act, 18 August 2000; duplicates removed

Box 8:

  • Re HR 4654: Fax from Kristi Gaines to Jan Kinney re: letter to Benjamin A. Gilman re: ML statement for hearing on HR 4654, 17 July 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Handwritten notes and actual letter to John Washburn re: statement on HR 4654, 19 July 2000; signed Monroe Leigh
  • Re HR 4654: Fax from Barbara Stone to Monroe Leigh re: op ed draft (on ICC for Wa Post), 18 July 2000 18 July 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Statements before the House International Relations Committee 25 - 26 July 2006; Handwritten notes on all three statements: 1. David J. Scheffer, Ambassador-at-large for War Crimes Issues and Head of the US Delegation to the United Nations Preparatory Commission for the Internatioanl Criminal Court, 2. John R. Bolton, Senior Vice President, American Enterprise Institute, 3. Monroe Leigh
  • Re HR 4654: Emails to wicc@egroups.com re: ICC Legislation, August - September, 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Email from Franklin Berman to Monroe Leigh re: ICC (Helms bill &,amp, legislation), 8 August 2000 8 August 2000
  • Re HR 4654: "To protect United States Military personnel and other elected and appointed officials of the United States Government against criminal prosecution by an international criminal court to which the United States is not a partry." (also known as teh American Servicemens' Protection Act of 2000) 106th Congress 2d Session; removed since its just a copy of the bill text
  • Re HR 4654: Materials related to 2000 Washington Working Group meeting on the ICC 2000;1. Letter to Monroe Leigh from John B. Anderson (signed) re: Washington Working Group 2000 meeting and HR 4654, July 28, 2000, 2. DRAFT statement re: ICC, 3. Washington Working Group on the ICC meeting Agenda, September 13, 2000, 4. Washington Working Group on hte ICC Information Packet American Servicemembers' Protection Act of 2000, 5. Washington Working Group on the ICC Directory
  • Re HR 4654: Lobbying materials on Congressional positions 2000; 1. Candidate Responses to ICC Questions as fo 9/13/00, 2. Memo Re: CHRC Member's Briefing: International Criminal Court! From Hans Hogrefe, Septembr 12, 2000, 3. Lobbying letter from Represenatives… to Colleague re: "Oppose the 'War Criminal Protection Act'", 4. Handwritten notes about bill and language, 5. Letter from Monroe Leigh to Craig Stuart Powers re: Representative Constance A. Morella and HR 4654 (contains handwritten notes), September 11, 2000, 6. UN-USA Action Alert re: Communications to Congress Concerning the "American Servicemembers' Protection Act", August 2000, 7. Agenda for August 29, 2000 meetings with various Representatives
  • Re HR 4654: "The International Criminal Court and US National Security" Agenda, American University, Washington College of Law, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Committeee on Internatioanl Security Studies, 14 September 2000
  • Re HR 4654: WICC - The International Criminal Court: the Unlikely Path to an American on Trial, 2000; Handwritten post-it and comments on article
  • Re HR 4654: "In the National Interest" 2000 Human Rights Policies for the Next Administration, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Internatioanl Criminal Court 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Ted Meron (Counselor on International Law, Dept. of State) re: statement on HR 4654, 17 August 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Request for Messenger Servicer slips, 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Correspondence re: ABA resolutions, 25 July 2000; 1. Letter to Jerome Shestack re: ABA resolutions draft letter to Ben Gilman, August 2, 2000, 2. Fax to Jerry Fowler re: Leigh statement on HR 4654, August 16, 2000, 3. Fax to John Washburn re: Leigh Testimony to committee, July 13, 2000, 4. Fax to John Washburn re: Draft Statement on Statute of Rome, December 8, 2000
  • Re: HR 4654: Statement of Monroe Leigh on behalf of the American Bar Association submitted to the Committee on International Relations US House of Representatives regarding HR 4654, American Servicemembers' Protection Act, v 25 July 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Transcript: Sheffer &,amp, Slocombe testimony, 25 July 2000
  • Re HR 4654: Statement of Monroe Leigh on behalf of the ABA submitted to the Committee of International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives re: H.R. 4654, American Servicemembers' Protection Act, 25 July 2000; Attachments: ABA House of Delegates, Nashville Resolution of Februrary 1998, ABA Section of International Law, Toronto Resolution of August 1998, Comparison table of Rome Treaty and U.S. Constitution
  • Prepcom: Correspondence re: group, news, participants, Siracusa, November 1998 - June 1999; Handwritten notes
  • Prepcom: Correspondence re: drafts &,amp, edits, Siracusa, December 1998 - June 1999; Handwritten comments and edits
  • Prepcom: Fax from Jay Vogelson re: Prepcom &,amp, copy of Proceedings of Prepcom at 2nd session 1999
  • Prepcom: War Crimes Working Group Reports &,amp, Statutes 1999; Handwritten edits
  • Prepcom: Photographs, Business Cards, Notes, News, 25 February 1999; Handwritten notes

Box 9:

  • Prepcom: Correspondence, 25 February 1999
  • Prepcom: Programs and Statutes, 25 February 1999; Some contain highlighting
  • Prepcom: Proceedings of the Preparatory Commission at its first, second and third sessions (16 - 26 February, 26 - 13 July August and 29 November - 17 December 1999) 1999; Pages flagged with post-it notes, March 3, 2000 email from Brian Newquist to Monroe Leigh re: anonymous witnesses and March 6, 2000 fax from Bruce Swartz, U.S. DOJ office of the Deputy Assistant Attorney General interspersed
  • Prepcom III: Memo from David Stoelting to Monroe Leigh (et al) re: Preparatory Commission - Third Session Documents, 17 December 1999; signed Monroe Leigh
  • Prepcom IV: Email from Heather Hamilton to wicc@egroups.com re: information alert: Sec. Albright ICC letter 2000; Contains handwritten post-it and notations
  • Prepcom IV: Correspondence re: Preparatory Commission on the International Criminal Court, Report of PrepCom, June - July 2000
  • Prepcom V: Finalized Draft Text of ICC Rules and Elements, Proposals on Crime of Aggression, 21 - 30 June 2000; Pages flagged
  • Prepcom VI: Drafts: Agreement on Privileges &,amp, Immunities of the ICC, Relationship Agreement between the UN &,amp, the ICC, Financial Regulations of the ICC July - August 2000; Includes handwritten post it from Brian J. Newquist to Monroe Leigh
  • Prepcom XIII: Preparatory Commission for the Internatioanl Criminal Court, Proceedings of the Preparatory Commission at its Fourth Session 13 - 31 March 2000; Handwritten post-it "Monroe - FYI, Just Released - Brian", includes pages of notes as well

Box 10:

  • Rome Conference: Correspondence re: ICC and Rome Conference, 1998; 1. To Jerome J. Shestack re: Rome language to Helms' bill, June 9, 1998, 2. From Pat Hanrahan re: International Criminal Court Conference Call, June 9, 1998, 3. From Jerome Shestack to Kofi Annan re: Representatives from ABA to Rome Conference, June 11, 1998, 4. From Pat Hanraham re: ICC Conference in Rome (info, news clippings, etc), June 18, 1998, 5. From Lea Browning re: letter re constitutionality of ICC, July 7, 1998 (contains post-it &,amp, handwritten notes), 6. From Giovanni Nardulli re: ABA Representatives to the ICC Treaty Negotiations in Rome, June 18, 1998 (contains handwritten notes)7. To John Lane, Charles Renfrew, David Stoetling, Jerome Shestack re: International Criminal Court, July 20, 1998
  • Rome Conference: Official printed documents re: Rome Statute of ICC, 1998; 1. Rome Statute of the ICC (A/Conf.183/9*) signed ML w/notations, 2. Non-Governmental Organizations Accredited to Participate in the Conference (A/Conf.183/INF/3, 3. Committee of the Whole Bureau Proposal, 4. Draft Statute for the ICC Compendium of Draft Articles referred to the drafting committee by the committee of the whole as of 9 July 1998, 5. Draft Statute: UN Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court signed ML w/notations and post-its
  • Rome Conference: News, notes &,amp, conference info, 1998; 1. Information for Participants, 2. Handwritten notes re: John Washburn, 3. News - Rome Diplomatic Conference for an International Criminal Court by Michael P. Scharf, 3. On the Record ICC Conference news
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: Draft Rules of Procedure and Evidence for the International Criminal Court, 10 February 1999; Another copy may be found in Box
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: Correspondence, December 1998 - March 1999; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Lea Browning, Bruce Swartz, Donald Munro, Maury Shenk, Thomas Wingfield, William Hannay, Robert Lutz, David Stoetling,
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: Drafts / Statutes, January - February 1999; Handwritten edits and notes
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: Draft / Meeting materials, December 1998 - February 1999; Contains three pages of handwritten notes on looseleaf paper
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: International Criminal Court Society, ICC Preparatory Commission, Compilation, Footnotes Relevant to the Rules of Procedure and Evidence by David Donat-Catlin [including ICC Working Group on Proceduyral Matters, A/Conf.183/c.1/WGPM/L.2, A/Conf.183/c.1/WGPM/L.2/Add.2 through Add.8, A/Conf.183/c.1/WGP/L.14, A/Conf.183/c.1/WGE/L.13, A/Conf.183/C.1/L.45, A/Conf.183/c.1/WGPM/L.2]; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence 9 - 10 July 1998; Contains highlighting &,amp, signature of Monroe Leigh
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: UN Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Est. of an ICC, Draft Statute, 16 July 1998; Contains markup, edits, signature on post-it of Monroe Leigh
  • Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: Rules of Procedure &,amp, Evidence: ABA Proposed Rules fo Procedure &,amp, Evidence for the ICC, Draft(s) December 1999 - January 1999; 3 different versions, all contains markeup, edits, highlights, and notes

Box 11:

  • ICC: Report of the Intersessional Meeting from 19 to 30 January in Zutphen, the Netherlands 19 - 20 January 1999; Contains some pencil markup
  • ICC: Correspondence / Revisions to ICC Text, September - November 1997; Contains handwritten notes, Monroe Leigh signature, markup and edits, highlights, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, David Stoelting, John F. Murphy, Louis B. Sohn, Timothy L. Dickinson, Harry Marshall, Peter H. F. Bekker
  • ICC: Correspondence / Recommendations re: ICC, October - November 1997; Contains handwritten notes, markup and edits, post-it note markers, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, David Stoelting, Michael A. Cardozo, Elizabeth Defeis, Joan Davis, John Murphy, Robert E. Lutz II, Louis B. Sohn, Peter H. F. Bekker, David J. Scheffer, Harry R. Marshall, Jr., Ken Harris
  • ICC: Articles re: Establishment of ICC, November 1997; Contains "ABA World Order Under Law Reporter, Vol. 5, No. 1, Summer / Fall 1997" Newsletter, Draft UN Document: A/AC.249/1997/WG.3/CRP.2 13 August 1997
  • ICC: Articles / Press about ICC, 1990 - 1994, 1998 - January 1999; Contains handwritten notes, newspapers, journals, press releases, Amnesty International "Establishing a Just, Fair, and Effective International Criminal Court" October 1994, "War Crimes and the Nuremberg Principle by Waldemar A. Solf" International Security Law (Moore, Turner, &,amp, Tipson, eds. 1990), "The Need for an International Criminal Court in the New International World Order," by M. Cherif Bassiouni and Christopher L. Blakesley in 25 Vand. J. Transant'l L. 151, 1992, "The Time Has Come for an International Criminal Court" by M. Cherif Bassiouni in 1 INd. Int'l &,amp, Comp. L. Rev. 1, 1991
  • ICC: Federal Testimony / Papers / Legislation advocating for ICC, 1998; Contains "Testimony of Jamison S. Borek, Deputy Legal Adviser, U.S. Department of State, Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate, September 15, 1998," Text of letter sent to President William J. Clinton on May 15, 1998 supporting ICC, Text of S. Con. Res. 78, 105th Congress, 2d Session
  • ICC: Drafts / Reports / Resolutions re: ICC, 1998; Contains handwritten edits
  • ICC: Correspondence re: ICC, 1994, 1996, 1998; Contains Monroe Leigh signature, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Jerome J. Shestack, John Murphy, M. Cherif Bassiouni, Maury Shenk, George E. Bushnell, Jr., Lucinda Low, Michael D. Sandler,
  • ICC: Correspondence re: ICC, November 1994 - February 1995; Correspondents include Monroe Leigh, Richard L. Gaines, George E. Bushnell, Jr., Christopher Keith Hall, Willaim M. Hannay, and Stuart H. Deming
  • ICC: UN Sixth Committee and Committee on International Criminal Court Meetings, Oct 1993, April 1995, August 1995; Summaries discuss efficacy, progress, establishment, and jurisdiction of a permanent ICC
  • ICC: Reports re: ICC, 1993 - 1995; Contains handwritten notes

Box 12:

  • ICC: Press and Articles re: ICC, 1993 - 1995; Contains handwritten notes
  • ICC: Washington Working Group on the ICC Materials, 1995; Contains underlining, handwritten markup, background materials on interested lobbyists, congressional politicians, presidential administrators
  • ICC: Materials related to May 18, 1995 Meeting 18 May 1995; Contains handwritten pages of notes, markup, remarks, post-it notes
  • ICC: Correspondence &,amp, Notes re: establishment of ICC, 1993 - 1995; Contains handwritten pages of notes, markup, correspondents including: Francisco Jose Aguilar-Urbina, Conrad K. Harper, H. E. Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Marvin E. Frankel, Michael Posner
  • ICC: Resolutions / Reports from UN &,amp, ABA, 1992 - 1993; Contains post-it markers and underlines, Includes: Text of Treaty: "No. 1021. Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 9 December 1948, UN Security Council Official Documents, ABA Reports with Recommendations to the House of Delegates of the Task Force on an International Criminal Court of the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association

Subseries B: ABA War Crimes Task Force - Yugoslavia

  • Contact information, 1995; Contains names, addressed, phone numbers
  • 1.1 Index of Files, 2002
  • 1.2 Bulletin, 1996 - 2000
  • 1.3 CEELI, 1995 - 1998; Contains handwritten notes, highlights, memos
  • 1.4 United Nations, Aug 1995 - Feb 1997; Contains highlights and handwritten notes
  • 1.5 US Law, 1994 - 1996; Contains markup, handwritten notes, post-it notes, highlighting

Box 13

  • 1.6 Press, 1997 - 2000; Contains handwritten notes, post-its, highlighting, comments
  • 1.7 Procedural Rules (a - Correspondence Materials), 1993 - 1994; Contains highlights and notes
  • 1.7 Procedural Rules (b - Correspondence General/Meeting), 1993 - 1998; Contains post-its and notations
  • 1.7 Procedural Rules (c - Proposed revisions/drafts), 1993 - 1994; Contains edits, highlights, underlining, post-it notes, looseleaf pages

Box 14:

  • 1.7 Procedural Rules (d - Final Reports), 1993 - 1995
  • 1.8 Staffing of the Tribunal, 1993 - 1996; Contains handwritten notes
  • 1.9 State Dept. Briefings, 1996; Contains handwritten notes, looseleaf pages,
  • 1.10 Podgers Interview, 1995 - 1996; Contains post-its, notes, markings
  • 1.11 CBC - MacQuarrie, n.d.; Handwritten message
  • 1.12 Coalition for International Justice, 1996; Contains handwritten looseleaf notes
  • 2.1 Task Force Report; Contains post-it note "Master Copy" &,amp, Monroe Leigh signature
  • 2. 2 Successive Drafts (a) - Proposed Final Draft 21 June 1993; Contains post-it notes, handwritten edits, flags
  • 2. 2 Successive Drafts (b) - Proposed Final Draft t 21 June 1993; Contains memo correspondence, handwritten notes, edits

Box 15:

  • 2.2 Successive Drafts (c) - Proposed Final Draft t 21 June 1993; Contains flags, handwritten notes, edits, correspondence page
  • 2.2 Successive Drafts (d) - Final Draft 30 June 1993; Contains Leigh signature, handwritten edits
  • 2.2 Successive Drafts (e) - Final Draft 5 July 1993; Contains memo correspondence
  • 3.0 Amicus Brief; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Mary M. Devlin, Willaim M. Hannay, Jonathan Gluck, contains flags, handwritten notes, post-it notes, penciled edits
  • 4.1 General Correspondence 1993; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Diane F. Orentlicher, Stuart H. Deming, Richard B. Lillich, Larry A. Hammond, Charles R. Norberg, Jeffrey M. Lindy, William Geary, William D. Denson, David A. Martin, John Jay Douglass, Martin C. Loesch, Sushan Demirjian, Contains highlights, Leigh signature, handwritten edits
  • 4.2 General Correspondence 1994; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Allen Ryan, Kenneth B. Reisenfeld, Jay Vogelson, Alaire Bretz Rieffel, Susan Bright, Contains handwritten edits
  • 4.3 General Correspondence 1995; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Marcia Warren, Antonio Cassesse, Douglas Stringer, Peter Lichtenbaum, Mark S. Ellis, Valerie Brion, Susan E. Magalhaes, Robert F. Drinan, Barbara Stone, Richard J. Goldstone, Larry A. Hammond, Stuart H. Deming, Alaire Bretz Rieffel, Jonathan Gluck, Elizabeth R. Rindskopf, Daniel B. Magraw, Jerome J. Shestack, Osborn Maledon, Contains highlights, post-it notes, handwritten edits, memos, Leigh signature, looseleaf pages of notes

Box 16:

  • 4.4 General Correspondence 1996; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Mark J. Hartwig, David N. Lindley, Susan A. Ehrlich, Larry Johnson, David G. Keyko, Hamid Sabi, Anna Ascher, Gonzalo Parra-Aranguren, Mary M. Devlin, Larry A. Hammond, Conrad Harper, Georg Ress, John Heffernan, Barbara Kagan, Michael D. Sandler, Louise Arbour, William Hannay, Sushan Demirjian, John Noyes, Barbara Stone, Contains highlights, looseleaf pages of notes, handwritten notes, post-its, flags, edits
  • 4.5 General Correspondence 1997; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, John Heffernan, Nina Bang-Jensen, Valerie Brion, Michael Scharf, Douglas Stringer, Marilou Righini, Alaire Bretz Rieffel, Bob Lutz, J. S. Weigand, Contains handwritten notes, business cards, memos, Leigh signature
  • 4.6 General Correspondence 1998 - 2000; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, Willaim Hannay, Gary A. Marek, Professor Mischa Wladimiroff, Adrienne A. Cook, Contains handwritten messages, Leigh signature, annotations
  • 4.7 Goldstone Correspondence, November 1995 - September 1996; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Reid Bauman, Richard J. Goldstone, Barbara Stone, John Heffernan, David Roll, Contains: Leigh signature, handwritten memos, flags
  • 4.8 Letters re Ramadan Gashi, November 1997 - June 1998; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Ramadan Gashi, Gerold W. Libby, John Crook, Louise Arbour, Graham T. Blewitt, Contains: Leigh signature, handwritten notes
  • 4.9 Correspondence with Cristian DeFrancia; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Cristian M. DeFrancia, Contains: ICTY application paper "The Use of Anonymous Witnesses in War Crimes Trials: the Legal Background", Cristian M. DeFranica signature
  • 5.1 Indictments (a) - Applications, Hearings and Decisions, 1995 - 1996; Contains photocopies
  • 5.1 Indictments (b) - Indictments, 1995; Contains handwritten notations and comments
  • 5.1 Indictments (c) - Media / Press clippings, 1995; Contains handwritten notations

Box 17:

  • 5.2 Tadic Full Case documents Vol. 1, 1995; Contains post-its, handwritten comments, underlines
  • 5.2.Tadi Full Case documents Vol. 11, 1995; Contains post-its, handwritten comments, underlines
  • 5.2.1 Tadic Transcript; Contains handwritten memo/notes in middle of Transcript
  • 5.2.2 Tadic Opinion &,amp, Judgment (a), 7 May 1997; Contains post-it notes, handwritten comments, highlights, Monroe Leigh signature
  • 5.2.2 Tadic Opinion &,amp, Judgment (b), 1997; Contains post-it note

Box 18:

  • 5.2.2 Tadic Opinion &,amp, Judgment (c), 1997; Contains post-it notes/markers, handwritten comments
  • 5.2.2 Tadic Opinion &,amp, Judgment (d), 1997; Contains post-it notes/markers, handwritten comments, underlining, 3 1/2 floppy disk labelled "Tadic decision re witnesses"
  • 5.3 Tadic Appeals - Tadic Appellate Decision (ICTY), 1999; Contains tabs
  • 5.3 Tadic Appeals - Decision on the Defence Motion for Interocutory Appeal on Jurisdiction, 1995; Contains post-it markes and pages of handwritten looseleaf comments
  • 6.1 Prosecutor v. Karadzic, 1996; Contains fax message
  • 6.2 In the Matter of the Surrender of Elizaphan Ntakirutimana, 1998; Contains correspondence between Mornoe Leigh and David Stoelting, highlights, pencil comments

Box 19:

  • 7.0 Legal Research (A) Memorandum and Reports, 1972, 1990 - 1999; Contains highlights, notations, edits, post-it note markers
  • 7.0 Legal Research (B) Relevant Court Cases, 1984, 1995, 1997, 2001; Includes: The Queen v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex parte: John Gerald Gallagher, Mobil Oil Libya Ltd. V Secretariat of Petroleum and the Governmnet of the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriyah, "Tadic, the Anonymous Witness and the Sources of International Procedural Law" by Natasha A. Affolder, "To 'Establish Incredible Events by Credible Evidence': The Use of Affidavit Testimony in Yugoslavia War Crimes Tribunal Proceedings" by Patricia M. Wald
  • 7.0 Legal Research (C) Regina v. Finta decisions and appeals, 1989 - 1994; Contains decisions for Ontario High Court of Justice (06/26/1989, 07/10/1989), Ontario Court of Appeal (04/29/1992), Supreme Court of Canada (03/24/1994), Includes highlights, underlines, post-it markers, post-it notes with notations
  • 8.0 Foreign Sovereign Immunity - Doe v. Karadzic, 1993 - 1995; Contains handwritten notes, memos, business card, newspaper clippings, and proceedings related to Doe v. Karadzic

Box 20:

  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin (A) Relevant Proposals and Cases, 1994 - 1996; Contains checkmarks, handwritten notes,
  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin (B) Background Articles, Briefs, 1994 - 1996; Contains highlights, underlines, checkmarks, handwritten notations, edits
  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin (C) Draft responses, 1996; Contains edits, handwritten notations, post-it note markers
  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin (D) Relevant Constitutional Provisions from individual US States re: Victim's Rights; Contains highlights, personal notes, post-it markers,
  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin Vol. II (A) - Article &,amp, Speech Drafts, 1996 - 1997; Contains highlights, underlines, checkmarks, handwritten notations, edits, post-it notes
  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin Vol. II (B) - Correspondence &,amp, Notes, 1995 - 1996; Contains highlights, underlines, checkmarks, handwritten notations, edits, Monroe Leigh signature, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Ted Meron, Detlav Vagts, Ian E. Davidson, Harry Marshall, Stephanos Stavros, Stanislaw Pomorski, David Bederman, Joseph Dellapenna, Daniel G. Partan, Andrew Vollmer, Larry A. Hammond, Stuart Deming, Jonathan Gluck, Jeremy McBride, Mary Devlin, Mark Zaid, David E. Aaronson, Alaire Rieffel, William L. Robinson, Lawrence Collins, Herbert Smith

Box 21:

  • 9.0 Response to Professor Chinkin Vol. II (C) - Press Releases, Articles &,amp, Speeches, multiple dates; Contains highlights, underlines, checkmarks, handwritten notations, edits, markers
  • 10.0 In Absentia Trials, Fall 1996; Contains handwriting on copy of "Human Rights Brief" by the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law newsletter, Volume 4, Number 1, Fall 1996
  • 11.0 Law Review Articles, 1988 - 1996; Contains highlights, markings, correspondence, handwritten notes, 1. Bulletin of Human Rights, Special Issue: Fortieth Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Centre for Human Rights, United Nations, 1988, 2. "Hearsay and the European Court of Human Rights, by Craig Osborne, The Criminal Law Review, 1993, 3. "Constitutional Cooperation" by Henry J. Reske, ABA Journal, October 1996, 4. "Victims and Voyeurs at the Criminal Trial" by Paul Gerwitz, Northwestern Univerisyt Law Review, Spring 1996, 5. "Emphasizing Victims' Rights at the Sentencing Phase of Criminal Proceedings" by Ilana Subar, Maryland Law Review, 1996, 6. "Constitutional Amendment for Crime Victims Urged", The Wall Street Journal, June 26, 1996, 7. "Rule of Law: A Bill of Rights for Crime Victims" by Paul G. Cassell and Steven J. Twist, The Wall Street Journal, April 24, 1996, 8. "Making Amends" Transcript, Online News Hour, PBS, June 25, 1996, 9. "After White v. Illinois: Fundamental Guarantees to a Hollow Right to Confont Witnesses" by Patricia Bennett, Wayne Law Review, 1993
  • 12.0 Anonymous Witnesses (A) - Memorandum / Briefs, 1995 - 1996; Contains post-it notes, highlights, underlines, handwriting, correspondence, thank you card, memorandum re: "The Right of a Defendant to Cross Examine Witnesses against him as articulated in the Senate Legislative History on Article 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights", brief on "International jTribunal for the Prosecuction of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia Since 1991"
  • 12.0 Anonymous Witnesses (B) - Supporting Documents / Articles, 1966 - 1996; Contains highlights, handwritten notes, post-it notes, underlines, government documents from the U.S., Great Britain, New Zealand, Latin America, Japan

Box 22:

  • 12.0 Anonymous Witnesses (C) - Relevant Cases, 1931 - 1996; Contains intro correspondence, post-it markers, highlights, underlines, handwritten notes on Federal, State, and District court cases
  • 12.0 Anonymous Witnesses (D) - Country Constitutions, 1996; Summaries discuss efficacy, progress, establishment, and jurisdiction of a permanent ICC
  • 13.0 European Court &,amp, Commission on Human Rights cases, 1990 - 1996; Contains cases and articles with highlights, underlines, comments, post-it markers
  • 14.0 Dayton Peace Talks, 1995 - 1996; Contains articles and summaries with highlights, underlines, comments, looseleaf paper notes, post-it markers, Monroe Leigh signature

Box 23:

  • 15.0 Serb Reports of War Crimes, 1996; Contains correspondence with Vladislav Jovanovic, summaries and reports
  • 16.0 Meeting with Justice Louise Arbour, 1996; Contains correspondence with John W Heffernan, Thomas Warrick, Mark Levine, Monroe Leigh, handwritten notes,
  • 17.1 Stringer Letter to Lutz 11 February 1997; Contains correspondence with Professor Robert Lutz, Douglas Stringer, Monroe Leigh, Stuart Deming, references Human Rights cases and gives summaries
  • 17.2 ABA Year in Review, 1997; Contains handwritten notes, correspondence with Maury D. Shenk, Monroe Leigh, Michael Scharf, Joseph F. Murphy, post-it notes, business card, and notations
  • 18.0 Articles on Criminal Sanctions and Truth Commissions, 1991 - 1998; Contains hadnwritten notes, highlights, post-it notes, newspaper clippings
  • 18.2 Implementing Legislation - US - Elizaphan Case, 1997 - 1998; Contains post-it notes
  • 19.0 20th Century Fund, 1998; Contains correspondence with Nina Bang-Jensen, Kelly Goss, and Monroe Leigh
  • 20.0 Kosovo - Doherty Report 1998; Contains handwritten memo, correspondence with Maury D. Shenk, Monroe Leigh, Kevin A. Doherty
  • Report to the Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate: Former Yugoslavia, War Crimes Truibunal's Workload Exceeds Capacity (GAO/NSIAD-98-134), June 1998

Box 24:

  • Report: The Prosecutor v. Slobodan Milosevic et al., Case No. IT-99-37-I (ICTY), 1999; Contains correspondence with David Stoelting and Monroe Leigh, Presentation of an Indictment for Review and Application for Warrants of Arrest and for Related Orders, Indictment, Decision on Review of Indictment and Application for Consequential Orders, Statement by Justice Arbour
  • Report: Bringing War Criminals to Justice: Obligations, Options, Recommendations by the Public International Law and Policy Group, Balkan Institute, and University of Dayton, 1997; Contains letter from Paul R. Williams
  • Report of the Century Foundation / Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Apprehending Indicted War Criminals: Making Justice Work, 1998; Contains Monroe Leigh signature
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume I (A), 1994; Contains index of authorities 1 - 9 (US Federal cases) related to War Crimes Adjudication, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume I (B), 1994; Contains index of authorities 10 - 16 (US Federal cases) related to War Crimes Adjudication, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume I (C), 1994; Contains index of authorities 17 - 25 (US Federal cases) related to War Crimes Adjudication, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume II (A), 1994; Contains index of authorities 26 - 33 (International court cases, Tribunal materials, ABA materials) related to War Crimes Adjudication with highlights, underlines, and post-it markers, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols

Box 25:

  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume II (B), 1994; Contains index of authorities 34 - 42 (UN materials) related to War Crimes Adjudication with highlights, underlines, and post-it markers, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume II (C), 1994; Contains index of authorities 43 - 50 (International Agreements, Charters and Treaties) related to War Crimes Adjudication with highlights, underlines, and post-it markers, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume III (A), 1994; Contains index of authorities 51 - 60 (International statutes, US Legislative - Federal statutes, US Legislative - State statutes, US Legislative History) related to War Crimes Adjudication with highlights, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume III (B), 1994; Contains index of authorities 61 - 75 (Books, Articles &,amp, Pamphlets) related to War Crimes Adjudication with highlights, prepared by ABA Section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume IV (A), 1994; Contains index of authorities 76 - 85 (Books, Articles, Pamphlets, Statements, Addresses &,amp, Press Releases, Miscellaneous) related to War Crimes Adjudication, prepared by ABA section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols
  • Report on the International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, July 8, 1993. AUTHORITIES Volume IV (B), 1994; Contains index of authorities 86 - 93 (Books, Articles, Pamphlets, Statements, Addresses &,amp, Press Releases, Miscellaneous) related to War Crimes Adjudication, prepared by ABA section of International Law and Practice: M. Leigh, P. Bloodgood, S. Deming, E. Echols

Box 26:

  • Articles re: Task Force on War Crimes in Yugoslavia, 1997; Contains letter from Inman Deming to Monroe Leigh, "The Year In Review: International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia" by Douglas Stringer, "After White v. Illinois: Fundamental Guarantees to a Hollow Right to Confront Witnessess" by Patricia W. Bennett, "The Predicament of Peacekeeping in Bosnia" by Tibor Varady
  • UN Security Council: Letter Dated 24 May 1994 from the Secretary - General to the President of the Security Council, S/1994/674, 27 May 1994; Contains highlights
  • Congressional Resolutions re: NATO, Kosovo, Yugoslavia, 1999; Includes copies of following resolutions: H. Con. Res. 42, S. J. Res. 20, H. Res. 1368, H. Res. 103, S. J. Res. 12, H. Con. Res. 29, H. R. 647, S. 720
  • Treaty Interpretation, the Constitution and the Rule of Law" by John Norton Moore, 15 November 2000; Contains letter from John Norton Moore to Monroe Leigh
  • Kostovski v. Netherlands Criminal Proceedings, anonymous witnesses (Series A, No 166 Application No 11454/85), 20 November 1989; Contains highlights
  • Looseleaf Notes re: Verdict and Appeal, [1997?]; Contains handwritten notes on sheets of looseleaf
  • Monroe Leigh Notebooks Vol. 1, including Index [1993]; Contains index to Vol. 1 - Vol. 4, Annotated Agenda, Notice of meeting with questions, Meron article, US Proposal, Secretary General's Report, Membership List, Outline of ABA Report, Minutes of May 19, 1993 Meeting, Notices of Second Meeting of Task Force (Mary 24, 1993, May 27, 1993, June 1, 1993), Preliminary Draft Report, Minutes of June 2d Meeting, June 8 letter to Rashkow Re Chief Prosecutor Recommendations, Monroe Leigh signature, check marks, handwritten notations, post-it notes
  • Monroe Leigh Notebooks Vol. 2 [1993]; Contains June 10 Memo on Meeting June 14 (bound separately) - Proposed agenda, Second draft including executive summary and red lined copy of report, Memo on role of federal judge in grand jury proceedings and military justice practice, Monroe Leigh signature, handwritten notations, edits
  • Monroe Leigh Notebooks Vol. 3 [1993]; Contains June 17 memo on Meeting June 25 (Proposed Agenda, Revised Executive Summary of Report, Revised draft resolution), Minutes of June 14 meeting, June 22 memo transmitting final draft, Minutes of June 25 meeting, June 25 memo advising of further meeting on Monday, June 28 to finish report, Minutes of June 28 meeting, June 29 memo advising of meeting Thursday, July 1 to finalize report, Monroe Leigh signature, underlinds, handwritten edits, notations

Box 27:

  • Monroe Leigh Notebooks Vol. 4 [1993]; Contains June 30 memo transmitting final draft and advising of meeting July 1 with agenda, June 30 memo transmitting Dod Draft of Procedural Rules for the Tribunal, June 30 memo listing recommendations for Judges of Tribunal, Minutes of July 1 meeting, June 12 memo enclosing final version of the Task Force Report and mintues for meetings of June 25, June 28 and July 1. (Final version is velo bound separate document), Monroe Leigh signature
  • Task Force Resumes, 1991 - 1993; Contains resumes of potential members of the task force, a copy of the New York Times Magazine April 21, 1991 Section 6 "Capture of a Terrorist" by Steven Emerson sent by Victoria Toensing to Monroe Leigh, highlights, edits, checkmarks, memos

Subseries C: United Nations (UN)

  • ILC: "Report of the International Law Commission on the work of its Forty-Sixth Session", 1 May - 22 July 1994; Includes post-it indicated item is on disk
  • ILC: "Report of the International Law Commission on the Work of its Forty-Sixth Session", 1 September 1994; Handwritten comments and highlighting
  • Report of the Preparatory Committee on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court including A/Conf.183/2/Add.1 (Part 2 of report); no markup and can find online at: http://www.un.org/law/n9810105.pdf
  • Commission of Experts established pursuant to Security Council Resolution 780 (1992), s/1994/674, 27 May 1994 &,amp, Annexes: Volume 1 - Final Report &,amp, Annexes I through V, 10 February 1995; Contains underlining, check marks, and Monroe Leigh's signature, notecard from M. Cherif Bassiouni

Box 28:

  • Fax to Sharon McHale from Monroe Leigh, contains Leigh Bio and Resume, 8 February 1999
  • Draft Statute: "United Nations Diplomatic Conference of the Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court", 16 July 1998; 2 copies. 1 - Handwritten comments on a few pages, 2 - Different formatting and tabs
  • "Statute at a Glance" printout: "On the Record gives you a quick guide to the highlights in the ICC statute"; Handwritten notes and markup
  • Rome Treaty: Letter to Samuel Burger, National Security Advisor re: Clinton Administration's support for the UN's Rome Treaty establishing the ICC, 13 October 1999; including notes and addendum (duplicate copy has been removed)
  • Rome Treaty: Letter to Henry A. Kissinger from Monroe Leigh Re: UN Rome Treaty est. ICC, 4 January 2001; includes newspaper clippings and Leigh's responses
  • Rome Treaty: Newspaper photocopies regarding Clinton Administration and the UN's proposed ICC 2000; 1. "Slay This Monster" by Senator Jesse Helms, Financial Times, July 30, 1998, 2. "For Clinton's Last Act" by Robert S. McNamara &,amp, Benajmin B. Ferencz, NYTimes Op-Ed, Dec. 12, 2000, 3. "Internaitonal Court Pressures and Perils" by Ted Galen Carpenter, Washington Times Od-Ed, Dec. 26, 2000, 4. "Proposed International Court Will Protect Civil Liberties" by Monroe Leigh, Washington Times, Dec. 30, 2000 [duplicate copies of 3 &,amp,4 removed]

Subseries D: Sovereign Immunity

  • Sovereign Immunity Acts (photocopies), 1976, 1978; 1. State Immunity Act 1978 (United Kingdom), 2. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 (United States)
  • ILC Project: Memorandum re: Report of the Work Group on jurisdictional immunities of States and their property from Stephen Schwebel to Monroe Leigh, 14 August 1978; Contains Stephen M. Schwebel signature
  • Articles: On Sovereign Immunity Acts, 1980, 1982; 1. Sovereign Immunity, Act of State, OPEC, April 1980, 2. Draft Articles for a Convention on Sovereign Immunity, February 9, 1982
  • Articles: "Foreign States Sued for Their Acts Abroad: A Uniform Analysis Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act" by Gregory Haworth, Rutgers Law Review, Vol. 34, No. 3, Spring 1982, pp. 538 - 566. 1982
    Contains Monroe Leigh signature
  • Articles: "State Immunity: Law and Practice in the United States and Europe" Proceedings of Conference held on November 17, 1978 at the University of London. International Law Assocation. 1978; Contains October 9, 1980 letter inserted into pages from James Crawford to Monroe Leigh regarding previous correspondence on immunity
  • Articles: "Suing Foreign Governments in American Courts: the United States Foreign Sovereign Immuniites Act in Practice" by Beverly May Carl, Southwestern Law Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4, November 1979, pp. 1010 - 1077. November 1979; Contains Business Card of Beverly May Carl with handwritten message "With best regards"
  • Articles: "Sovereign Immunity and Act of State: Correlative or Conflicting Policies?" by Harold G. Maier, University of Cincinnati Law Review, Vol. 35, 1966, pp. 556 - 577. 1966; From Najbee Samie, Contains handwritten memo to Najbee Samie with questions
  • Articles: "The Attachment of Iranian Assets in West Germany - An Outline of the German Pre-judgement Procedure and the Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity" by Dr. Reinhard Dallmayr, Academy Review (International and Comparative Law Center), No. 5, January 1981, pp. 10 - 14 January 1981; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Articles: "The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976: Some Suggested Amendments" by Myres S. McDougal and Robin-Eve Jasper, Speech given to the Southwestern Legal Foundation June 1981; Contains correspondence between Monroe Leigh and Myres S. McDougal, as well as edits
  • Articles: "Are Only 'Friendly' Foreign Governments Entitled to Sovereign Immunity?" by Gaylen J. Byker, International Practitioner's Notebook, No. 13, January 1981, pp. 1 - 4 January 1981; Contains highlights, Memo stationary from Najeeb Samie
  • Articles: "Immunity and Jurisdiction: Toward a Uniform Body of Law in Actions Against Foreign States" by George Kahale, III and Matias A. Vega, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, 18:211, 1979, pp. 211 - ? 1979; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Articles: "The State Immunity Act of 1978: An English Update" by Stephan Bird, International Lawyer, n.d.?; Contains underlining
  • Articles: "Swiss Law and Practice in Relation to Measures of Execution Against the Property of a Foreign State," by Jean-Flavien Lalive, n.d.?
  • Articles: [Manuscript] "Execution of Judgments and Foreign Sovereign Immunity" by James Crawford, American Journal of International Law, 29 December 1980; Contains memorandum to Monroe Leigh re: Comments on suitability for publication, edits

Box 29:

  • Publications: "Immunity of State Property from Execution in the Yugoslav Legal System" by T. Varady, Netherlands Yearbook of Internatioanl Law, Vol. X, 1979, pp. 85 - 95 1979
  • Publications: Swedish and International Arbitration. Yearbook of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. 1982
  • Publications: "Arbitration and Choice-of-Law Clauses as Waivers of Jurisdictional Immunity" by George Kahale, III. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics. Vol. 14, No. 1, Fall 1981. pp. 29 - 63. 1981; Contains note.
  • Publications: "Government and Industry in the Federal Republic of Germany" by Georg Ress. The International Law Quarterly, January 1980, pp. 87 - 111. January 1980 Note: "With the compliments of the author"
  • Publications: "H.R. 11315 - The Revised State-Justice Bill on Foreign Sovereign Immunity: Time for Action" by Timothy Atkeson, Samuel Perkins, and Michael Wyatt. Reprinted from the American Journal for International Law, Vol. 70, No. 2, April 1976, pp. 297 - 322. April 1976; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: Decisions of the British Courts articles by James Crawford for the British Year Book of International Law, 1974 - 1982; 1. "Decisions of British Courts During 1974-1975 Involving Questions of Public and Private Interntainal Law A. Public International Law" by Dr. James Crawford, 2. "Decisions of British Courts During 1974-1975 invovling Questions of Public and Private International Law A. Public International Law" by James Crawford, 3. "Decisions of British Courts During 1978 Involving Questions of Public and Private International Law" by James Crawford, 4. "Decisions of British Courts During 1980 Involving Questiosn of Public International Law" by James Crawford
  • Publications: "The Contribution of Professor D. P. O'Connell to the Discipline of International Law" by James Crawford, The British Year Book of International Law, Fifty-First Year of Issue, 1982; Contains note from James Crawford.
  • Publications: "Execution of Judgments and Foreign Sovereign Immunity" by James Crawford. Reprinted from the American Journal of International Law, Vol. 75, No. 4, October 1981. pp. 820 - 869 1981; Contains note from James Crawford.
  • Publications: "A Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act for Australia?" by James Crawford and Letter 16 September 1981; Contains letter from James Crawford to Monroe Leigh.
  • Publications: Working Paper No. 1: "Pre-Judgment attachment of State property: the law in some Commonwealth jurisdictions." International Law Association (Australian Branch), Committee on Sovereign Immunity. August 1980; Contains correspondence between Monroe Leigh and James Crawford.
  • Publications: "Recent Developments in the Dynamics of Sovereign Immunity" by Gamal Moursi Badr. The American Journal of Comparative Law. Vol 30, 1982. pp.678 - 683. 1982; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: "Jurisdiction Over Organs and Officials of States. The Holy See and Intergovernmental Organisations" by Finn Seyersted. Reprinted from The Internatioanl and Comparative Law Quarterly. January - April 1965. pp. 33 - 80 and 493 - 527. 1965; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: "Immunity from Attachment and Execution" by Michael Brandon. Reprinted from International Financial Law Review; Contains note & business card from Michael Brandon
  • Publications: "Fifth Report on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property" by Mr. Sompong Sucharitkul. UN, International Law Commission, 35th Session, Geneva, May 3 - July 22, 1983, A/CN.4/363, 22 March 1983; Contains memo note from William E. Hannaford to Monroe Leigh
  • Publications: "Report of the International Law commission on the work of its thirty-fifth session" 3 May - 22 July 1983, General Assembly, Official Records: Thirty-Eighth Session Supplement No. 10 (A/38/10) 1983; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: "Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property. Information and materials submitted by Governments. Addendum." UN, International Law Commission Thirty-third session, 4 May - 24 July, 1981, (A/CN.4/343/Add.3) 5 May 1981; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: "Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property. Information and materials submitted by Governments. Addendum." UN, International Law Commission Thirty-third session, 4 May - 24 July, 1981, (A/CN.4/343/Add.1) 16 April 1981; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library
  • Publications: "Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property. Information and materials submitted by Governments." UN, International Law Commission, Thirty-third session, 4 May - 24 July 1981, (A/CN.4/343) 14 April 1981; Contains Monroe Leigh signature
  • Publications: "Fourth Report on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property" by Sompong Sucharitkul, UN, International Law Commission, 34th Session, Geneva, 3 May - 23 July 1982 (A/CN.4/357), 31 March 1982; Contains business card and note from Michael Brandon to Monroe Leigh
  • Publications: "Third Report on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property" by Sompong Sucharitkul. UN, International Law Commission, Thirty-third session, Geneva, 4 May - 24 July 1981. (A/CN.4/340) 27 March 1981; Contains note "With the Compliments of Michael Brandon"
  • Publications: "Second Report on Jursidtional Immunities of States and their Property" by Sompong Sucharitkul. Addendum. UN, International Law Commission, Thirty-second session, Geneva, 5 May - 25 July 1980. (A/CN.4/331/Add.1) 9 June 1980; Contains correspondence between Stephen M. Schwebel and Monroe Leigh
  • Publications: "Second Report on Jursidtional Immunities of States and their Property" by Sompong Sucharitkul. UN, International Law Commission, Thirty-second session, Geneva, 5 May - 25 July 1980. (A/CN.4/331) 11 April 1980; Contains note "With the Compliments of Michael Brandon"
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to Maritime International Nominees Establishment v. The Republic of Guinea, 1982; Contains memorandum, correspondence, post-it notes,
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to Banks v. Sheikh Allal Al-Fassi, 1982; Contains looseleaf paper, notes

Box 30:

  • Significant Cases: Materials related to International Association of Machinists vs. OPEC, 1979; Contains handwritten memorandum, briefs, newspaper articles and transcripts of proceedings
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to uranium antitrust litigation, 1979; Contains memrondum, brief, transcripts
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to Shell Petroleum, 1983 – 1984; Contains transcipts and newspaper articles
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to Margaret Hitchcock &,amp, Wilber Hitchcock v. United States, 1979; Contains transcripts and handwritten memos0000000000
  • Significant Cases: Materials related to various cases, 1979 – 1982; Contains handwritten notes, underlines, articles
  • Eaglet Corp. v. Central Bank of Nicaragua: United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, 94-7043, Apellate papers, 1994; 1. Brief of Plaintiff-Appellant, 2. Reply Brief of Plaintiff-Appellant, 3. Brief of Defendant-Appellee, 4. Joint Appendix

Subseries E: International Law Association Committee on State Immunity

  • Heidelburg Meeting: Correspondence, May and July 1989, November 1988; Contains handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh &,amp, Georg Ress,
  • Heidelburg Meeting: Meeting Materials, October 1989; Contains handwritten notes and yellow pad pages, Agenda and Participants
  • Heidelburg Meeting: Reports, September 1989 and June 1988; 1. Report on Developments in United States Sovereign Immunity Practice submitted by Monroe Leigh, September 28, 1989, 2. Interim Report Committee on State Immunity by Monroe Leigh, Draft June 17, 1988
  • Heidelburg Meeting: Summaries, Findings, Memoranda, July and October 1989; 1. AJIL International Decisions Section, 2. Summary of research on state immunity doctrine - case law, 3. Attachment and Execution of Property and Foreign Sovereign Immunity, 4. Foreign State Immunity: Summary of Law Review Articles Relevant to the American Experience with the Seven Questions Proposed in the Warsaw Report of the International Law Association Committee on State Immunity
  • Heidelburg Meeting: Reports, 1989; Reports from: Georg Ress, Ajit Kumar Sengupta, Tara Kishore Prasad, Tibor Varady, Gamal Badr, Christopher H. Schreuer, C.C.A. Voskuil, Renata Sonnenfeld, Lady Fox, Giovanni de Sangro
  • Heidelburg Meeting: ILA Warsaw Conference (1988) Interim Report of the Committee on State Immunity 1988
  • Heidelburg Meeting: October 13, 1989, Meeting Materials 13 October 1989; Contains handwritten notes and phone numbers

Box 31:

  • Saarbrucken Meeting - April: Conference / Travel Information, 1991; Contains pencil markup and comments
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - April: Program materials, 1989
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - April: Articles re: State Immunity, n.d.
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - April: Papers for the Conference on State Immunity of the Internatioanl Law Assocaition in Saarbrucken (October 21-23, 1993) Professor Georg Ress (Rapporteur) 21 - 23 October 1993; Contains Monroe Leigh signature
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - October: Conference / Travel Information, 1993; Contains notations
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - October: Articles re: Conference topic, 1961, 1990, 1993; Contains pencil markup and comments
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - October: Materials re: Conference, Sept - Oct. 1993; Contains pencil markup and comments
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - October: Handwritten notes, 1993; Contains handwritten notes and diagram of setting arrangement
  • Saarbrucken Meeting - October: Correspondence re: Conference, Aug - Oct 1993; Contains signature of Monroe Leigh
  • Vol. I: Correspondence, 1987 – 1988; Contains post-it notes and handwritten comments, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, F. L. de May, Pierre Lalive, Ian Brownlie, B. Osorio, Ricardo R. Balestra, Silvia Maureen Williams, Georg Ress, Sueo Ikehara, Finn Syerstad, Tibor Varady, James Crawford, Rodney N. Purvis, Najeeb Samie, Edward Gordon, Gamal Badr, Kanae Taijudo, O. V. Bogdanov, Helmut SteinBurger, Ian Sinclair, Lars Hjerner, Michael M. Gondwe, K. M Ioannou
  • Vol. I: Meeting Materials - Warsaw, 1988; Contains handwritten note pages, post-it notes, comments
  • Vol. I: Drafts &,amp, Draft Materials, 1987 – 1988; Contains post-it notes and instructions for Summer associates
  • Vol. I: Reports &,amp, Articles, 1982, 1987
    1. Interim Report Committee on State Immunity, 6/15/88, 2. International Law Assoication Montreal Conference (1982) International Committee on State Immunity Report
  • Vol. II: Correspondence, 1989 – 1990; Contains post-its and handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Georg Ress, Barbara Osorio, Najeeb Samie, F. L. de May, K. W. Cuperus, Ian Brownlie,
  • Vol. II: Resolutions / Draft Articles, 27 October 1989 and 3 August 1990
    1. 3 alternate resolutions for the Queensland Conference, 2. Review of Professor Ress's Preliminary Report on Developments in State Immunity (Montreal Draft Convention)
  • Vol. II: Reports, 1989 - 1990
    1. Report for the ILA Conference in Queensland, 2. Amendment to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and the Berman Bill from the House of Representatives, 3. Injunctions under sovereign immunity law, 4. Summary of Law Review Articles relevant to the American Experience with the Seven Questions Proposed in teh Warsaw Report of the International Law Association Committee on State Immunity.
  • Vol. II: Meeting Materials - Queensland Conference, August 19 - 26, 1990; Contains handwritten notations

Box 32:

  • Vol. III: Correspondence, January - April, 1991; Signature: Monroe Leigh, Correspondents include: Jiri Zemanek, Monroe Leigh, Georg Ress, Christine De Witt,
  • Vol. III: Meeting Materials, March - April 1991; List of Participants and Agenda for April 4 - 6, 1991 Meeting
  • Vol. III: Drafts of Articles and Reports, March - April 1991; Contains mark-up, post-its, handwritten notes
  • Vol. III: Articles and Court Decisions about State Immunity, 1990 - 1991
  • Vol. III: Handwritten Notes, Saarbrucken Meeting, 5 - 6 April 1991; Contains diagrams of seating arrangment as well as notes about panels and discussions
  • Vol. IV: Meeting Materials, 1991; Contains post-it, Participants for ILA Committee on State Immunity April 4-6, 1991, Cairo Conference 1992 Guidelines for Reports
  • Vol. IV: Correspondence, 1991 – 1992; Contains handwritten notes, markup, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Raul Vinuesa, Georg Ress, P.J. O'Keefe, Jurgen Brohmer, Catherin Kessedjian, Christoph Schreuer, Jiri Zemanek, Tibor Varady,
  • Vol. IV: Reports / Draft Articles, 1991 – 1992; Contains post-its, handwritten notes, edits, markup, 1. UN: International Law Commission Report on the Draft Aricles Adopted at its 43rd Session, 2. Committee on Cultural Heritage Law, ILA, Report and Draft Convention for Consideration at the 1992 Conference, 3. Montreal Draft Article I/ILC Draft Article 2 (versions and edits), 4. ILA, State Immunity - Dissenting opinion, 5. Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property (UN, A/CN.4/L.457)
  • Vol. V: Meeting Materials, 1992 – 1994; Contains post-its, handwritten markup and notes
  • Vol. V: Articles &,amp, Papers on Immunity, 1992 – 1993; Contains post-its, handwritten markup and notes
  • Vol. V: Correspondence, 1992 – 1993; Contains post-its, markup, notes, and handwritten comments
  • Vol. VI: Correspondence, Jan 1994 - June 1995
  • Vol. VI: Materials re: Committee, 1994, June 1998
  • Vol. VI: Drafts re: proposed publication on immunity, May and June 1995; Contains signature of Monroe Leigh, handwritten notes, edits
  • Shadow Committee - American Branch: Correspondence & Journal articles, 1985, 1990 – 1991; Contains handwritten notes and highlights, Correspondents include: Alfred P. Rubin, Anthony D'Amato, Monroe Leigh, Jim Nafziger, Cynthia Lichtenstein, Michael Sandler, Jounral Articles (with notes): 1. "What does Tel-Oren Tell Lawyers?" By Anthony D'Amato in "The American Journal of International Law," 79:1, January 1985, 2. "Revising the Law of 'Piracy'" by Alfred P. Ruin, California Western International Law Journal, 21:1, 1990-1991.

Subseries F: Siracusa Conference - 17 to 21 September 1997

Box 33:

  • Journal Publications and Articles, 1994 – 1997; Contains business cards, letters, post-it notes, notations, highlights, underlines, markers, Includes: "Report of the Task Force on an International Criminal Court of the American Bar Association" 1994, Military Law Review, Vol. 149, Summer 1995 [including: "Evaluating Present Options for an International Criminal Court" by Monroe Leigh], "The Proposed Permanent International Criminal Court: An Appraisal" by Leila Sadat Wexler from the Cornell International Law Journal, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1996, "From 'Kidnapped' Witness to Released Accused 'for Humanitarian Reasons': The Case of the Late General Djordje Djukic" by Paul J.I.M. de Waart from the Leiden Journal of Internal Law 9, 1996, "Surrender of Fugitives to the War Crimes Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda: Squaring International Legal Obligations with the U.S. Constitution" by Kenneth J. Harris and Robert Kushen from Criminal Law Forum Vol. 7 No. 3, 1996, "Promoting the right to reparation for survivors of torture: What role for a permanent international criminal court?" publication from Redress, "The Case for a Permanent International Truth Commission" by Michael P. Scharf from Duke Journal of Comparative &,amp, International Law, Vol. 7 No. 2, 1997, "The International Criminal Court: Observations and Issues Before the 1997 - 98 Preparatory Committee, And Administrative adn Financial Implications" a joint project of International Association of Penal Law, International Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, International Law Association, American Branch, Committee on ICC, 1997
  • Materials for Attendees of the Siracusa Impunity Conferenct, November 1997; Contains correspondence from M. Cherif Bassiouni, draft guidelines for Combating Impunity for International Crimes, Joinet Report from UN on question of the impunity of perpetrators of human rights violations (civil and political)
  • "Accountability for International Crimes" Issue of Law and Contemporary Problems Journal, Vol. 59, No. 4, Autumn 1996, Durham, NC 1996; Nothing of note (no markups or highlights), Removed because can be found through catalog
  • Documents &,amp, Reports related to International Conference Reigning in Impunity for International Crimes and Serious Violations of Fundamental Human Rights, 1997; Contains underlines, highlights, handwritten notations
  • Documents about Conference, August - September 1997; Contains Monroe Leigh signature, check marks and edits, highlights, handwritten revisions, post-it notes, draft program, draft list of participants
  • Press / Articles / Correspondence, 1994 &,amp, August 1997; Contains highlights, Correspondence with Monroe Leigh, Jerome J. Shestack, Christopher Keith Hall, "The ILC's Draft Statute for an International Criminal Tribunal" by James Crawford in The American Jounral of Internaional Law, Vol. 88 No. 140, January 1994
  • Reports / Background materials re: ICC establishment &,amp, precedent 1997; Contains underlines, handwritten notations, handwritten pages of notes (including questions), highlights

Subseries G: Geneva Conventions

  • Background Papers, 1955; Contains dividing markers
  • Analysis: Wounded and Sick (in Field) Convention, 1949; Contains post-it markers
  • Analysis: Wounded and Sick (at Sea) Convention, 1949; Contains notation "without common articles"

Box 34:

  • Analysis: Civilians Convention - Analysis, 1949; Missing Articles 1 - 3
  • Analysis: Prisoners of War Convention, 1955; Contains checkmarks and pencilied notations

Subseries H: Mixed Articles, Statements, Symposia

  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Fax from Monroe Leigh to Anna Ascher of edited article "The United States and the Statute of Rome", 31 January 2001; Handwritten edits included
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Monroe Leigh to aascher@attglobal.net attaching ICC editorial comment, 23 January 2001; Redline draft attached
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from aascher@attglobal.net to Monroe Leigh attaching edited editorial, 18 January 2001; Handwritten edits included
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Editorial Comment by Jonathan I. Charney "International Criminal Law and the Role of Domestic Courts"; No edits, does not appear to be cited in AJIL article - keep?
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Mieke J. Clincy, Managing Editor, AJIL to Mornoe Leigh re: AJIL Editorial with cover, 6 February 2001
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Copy of The Schooner Exchange v. McFaddon and others, [Feb'y 1812]; Page marked with a post-it, Keep? Pin-cited in ICC Editorial Comment
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Fax from Anna Ascher to Monroe Leigh re: Edits to AJIL Editorial Comment, 18 January 2001; Handwritten notes/edits by Monroe Leigh and edits by AJIL included
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Monroe Leigh to ajil@law.vanderbilt.edu re: Memo for Messrs. Charney and Reisman, 14 November 2000; Draft of editorial comment attached
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Monroe Leigh to ajil@law.vanderbilt.edu and michael.reisman@yale.edu re: Editorial Comment, 8 December 2000; Attached revision of ICC Editorial Comment and noting recent proposal in policy, Handwritten edits marked with post-its
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Jonathan Charney to Monroe Leigh, copy to michael.reisman@yale.edu and AJIL re: MM171 - Editorial Comment, 6 December 2000
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from michael.reisman@yale.edu to Monroe Leigh, copy to Jonathan Charney and AJIL re: Editorial -- AJIL MM171, 27 November 2000
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Jonathan Charney to Monroe Leigh copy to michael.reisman@yale.edu re: MM171 - Editorial Comment, 29 November 2000
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Redlined draft of "Editorial Comment: The United States and the Statute of Rome", [2000?]
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Handwritten cover letter and draft of editorial comment, [2000?]; Includes handwritten edits
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Draft of "Editorial Comment: The United States and the Statute of Rome", [2000?]; Includes handwritten edits
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: "Editorial Comment: Progress in International Criminal Law?" by Jonathan Charney, The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 93, pp. 452-464, 1999; Includes handwritten markings
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: "Developments in International Criminal Law: Foreword" by David J. Scheffer, The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 93, pp.1 - 22, 1999; Includes handwritten markings
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Testimony of David L. Scheffer, Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues and Head of U.S. Delegation to U.N. Diplomatic Conference on Developments at Rome Treaty Conference, 23 July 1998; Printed November 29, 2000, includes highlighting
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Address at Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law by David Scheffer, Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues, 26 March 1999
    Printed November 29, 2000, includes highlighting and post-it note flagged page
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Articles from Vol. 93:22 of the American Journal of International Law, 1999; Keep? No personal markings indicated (though some present as copied from original) and does not appear to be cited in his article
  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Fax from David Stoelting to Monroe Leigh attaching U.S. Statement Before the U.N. General Assembly Sixth Committee, The Rome Treaty on the International Criminal Court, 20 November 2000

Box 35:

  • AJIL - Editorial Comment: Email from Leigh Moore to AJIL@law.vanderbilt.edu and michael.resiman@yale.edu re: Editorial Comment, 8 December 2000; Revision of ICC Editorial Comment attached
  • JBMoore Society: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Cristian DeFrancia, President of the John Bassett Moore Society of International Law, 13 February 2001; Attaching additional comments and edits on article "International Law Societies and the Development of International Law"
  • JBMoore Society: Draft Remarks for Annual Dinner of the John Bassett Moore Society, 22 February 2001
  • JBMoore Society: Draft Introduction of Panel on the Right of Humanitarian Intervention: What is the Law?, 23 February 2001
  • JBMoore Society: Symposium Panel Summaries and Advance Summary Comments, February 2001
  • JBMoore Society: Fax from Cristian DeFrancia to Monroe Leigh forwarding program for J.B. Moore Society Symposium, 21 February 2001
  • JBMoore Society: Letter from Melanie L. Santos, Treasurer of J.B. Moore Society re: Symposium, 24 February 2001; Requesting receipts for reimbursement purposes
  • VJIL: Email from Cristian DeFrancia to Barbara Stone discussing Virginia Journal of Int'l Law article, 28 September 2001
  • VJIL: Letter from Monroe Leigh to Elizabeth R. Amory, Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Journal of Int'l Law, regarding article, 29 June 2001; Additional footnotes and consent to publication attached
  • VJIL: Letter from Elizabeth R. Amory, Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Journal of Int'l Law, regarding article, 21 June 2001; Handwritten edits and notes from Monroe Leigh, Maury attached
  • VJIL: Fax from Cristian DeFrancia to Monroe Leigh regarding Virginia Journal of Int'l Law article, 22 April 2001
  • VJIL: Draft of Virginia Journal of Int'l Law article, International Law Societies and the Development of International Law, 28 February 2001; With handwritten edits from Mohammed Z. Hafez
  • NATO: Memo to Monroe Leigh from Lee Caplan re: Legislative History of the NATO Status of Forces Agreement Indicating the Application of a Distinct Legal Regime in Time of War, 9 July 1999
  • NATO: Miscellaneous Materials re: ICC, NATO interventions, and consent of states to be bound by a treaty, 1987, 1999, 2000
    1999, Cornell International Law Journal article, "The Amnesty Exception ot the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court" by Michael P. Scharf, October 2000 offprint copy from International and Comparative Law Quarterly of UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Report, June 2000, 1987 publication by Council of Europe on Legal Affairs, "Expression of consent by states to be bound by a treaty"
  • Memorandum from Monroe Leigh to Mohammed Hafez, 31 May 2001; Requesting copy of Cannon 2 of the ABA Model of Judicial Conduct, 1991 edition
  • Introduction for panel on ICC and the future of multilateralism, 14 April 2000
  • Letter from Monroe Leigh to Professor Ted Meron forwarding draft of constitutional memo, 12 April 2000
  • Letter from Monroe Leigh to Professor Bartram Brown re: articles, 24 November 1999
  • Letter from Bartram S. Brown to Monroe Leigh requesting comments, 10 November 1999; Enclosing articles on ICC and humanitarian intervention

Series 2: Legal Papers

Subseries A: State Department Advisor

Box 36:

  • Appointment, 1973 – 75; Includes newspaper excerpts, speech, attendance lists for ceremony, Monroe Leigh resume, press release, copy of section from congressional record daily digest when appointed, confidential statement of employment and financial interests, statemen of nominee to the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, correspondence, booklet containing information for appointment, The International Telephone and Telegraph Company and Chile, 1970-71: Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate by the Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations -June 21, 1973, Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations brochure, The Constitution of the United States of America, Nomination of John R. Stevenson hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Sentae - July 31, 1973
  • Re: Legal Advisor Appointment, 1974 – 77; Contains correspondence, looseleaf notes, memos, documents with underlines, newspaper clippings, biographical and financial forms that are filled out by hand, confirmation hearing materials, campaign contribution information, hearing transcript, questions
  • Swearing In, 1975; Contains Press Release regarding appointment, numerous invitation lists, correspondence, speech, photograph of swearing in
  • Congratulatory Letters re: Appointment as Legal Advisor, Dec. 1974 - Jan. 1975; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Kenneth S. Levinson, Francis O. Wilcox, Malcolm Richard Wilkey, Seymour J. Rubin, James V. Dolan, Thomas M. Franck, Oscar Schachter, John LeMoyne Ellicott, Gordon Gray, Loy W. Henderson, Philip W. Buchen, William Lang, Edward J. Gerrity, Jr., Bradford Morse, Washington Opportunities for Women, Carl F. Salans, Hamilton Carothers, Cecil, David C. Acheson, Willis L. M. Reese, Timothy W. Stanley, Harry W. Fawcett, Steven Landon, Kenneth M. Spang, H. Lane Kneedler, Jane Sommerich, James E. O'Brien, George P. Armour, Dante B. Fascell, Oscar Victor, Abram Chayes, James C. McKay, Samuel R. Dorrance, Smith College, John N. Hazard, Harry A. Inman, Ralph W. Dorius, Richard B. Bilder, Richard C. Allison, Betty Posniak, Lester Nurick, Lyman M. Tondel, Jr., William J. Martin, Jr., John H. Riggs, Jr., Richard S. Lombard, John Hopkins Heires, Norma, Andreas F. Lowenfeld, Thomas E. Drumm, Jr., John B. Henderson, Lewis Hoffacker, Will E. Leonard, Jr., James T. Lynn, John Maktos, Myer Rashish, Walter Sterling Surrey, Frank M. Wozencraft, James R. Offutt, Isaac Shapiro, John F. Ryan, Alexander D. Calhoun, Jr., Douglas W. Laird, Raymond F. Conkling, G. W. Haight, Robert Murphy, Andrew R. Cecil, Mike Minder, H. A. H. Cortazzi, Mason Willrich, John S. Battle, Jr., Walter A. Slowinski, Jeffrey M. Lang, MAnsfield D. Sprague, Totton P. Heffelfinger, II
  • Congratulatory Letters re: Appointment as Legal Advisor, Feb. 1975 - July 1975; Correspondetns include: Monroe Leigh, William C. Olson, Francisco Orrego Vicuna, W. T. Mallison, Alwyn V. Freeman, Wilbur L. Fulgate, W. T. Ketcham, Jr., Hardy Dillard, Yehuda Blum, Amelito R. Mutuc, William W. Dunn, Robert S. Dillon, William H. Weiland, W. Gibson Harris, Willis L. M. Reese, John D. Epperly, Anthony A. Rascio, Adam Yarmolinsky, Paul A. Wolkin, David Sarre, Joseph Modeste Sweeney, Robert W. Lawson, Jr., Thomas S. Busha, Richard W. Edwards, Jr., Howard S. Levie, Miriam Theresa Rooney, Edward Dumbauld, Gordon H. Barrows, Covey T. Oliver, John P. Furman, Howard J. Taubenfeld, Michael F. Butler, Raymond L. Brittenham, Leslie A. Grant, Jose A. Cabranes, Cesar Sepulveda, Maxwell Cohen, John M. Howell, Thomas Ehrlich, Edward J. Lawler, Sidney Jacoby, Harry L. Freeman, Arthur R. Albrecht, F. Trowbridge vom Baur, Joseph H. Guttentag, Carl O. Christol, Maurice Wolf, Richard Young, John G. Kester, Charles S. Rhyne, Charles Robert Norberg, John M. Raymond, Gen Kajitani, Walter Sheble, George Yamaoka, Richard S. Reid, James N. Hyde, David D. Newsom, Alfred H. Von Klemperer, James A. R. Nafziger, John Scali, Herman Phleger, Eric Stein, Polly M. Lead, Bayless Manning, Edward D. Re, Stephen Hearst, Marshall V. Miller, Alan Wm. Wolff, H. Francis Shattuck, Jr., W. Tapley Bennett, Jr.
  • Consultant, 1977; Includes transfer of records itemized listing, memos, brochures, appointment papers, newspaper clippings, travel itineraries and receipts for a trip to Brussels, correspondence, looseleaf notes, First Semiannual Report by the President to the Commission on Security adn Cooperation in Eureope: Report submitted to the Committee on International Relations - December 1976, Report of the Study Mission and Cooperation in Europe - Washington, DC - December 2, 1976
  • Departure, 1977; Includes earnings and leave statement, correspondence ,memos, contacts card, inventory of boxes sent to Steptoe & Johnson, photocopies of newspaper articles, notice of resignation

Box 37:

  • ALI Restatement: Pike Committee Materials, 1975 -1976; Includes: "The Foreign Affairs Advice Privilege" by Gordon B. Baldwin, Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 1976, No. 1, pp16 - 46 (w/note: "To Monroe: With Grateful appreciation for affording the opportunity, Gordon"), Q&A for Leigh from Pike Committee, Draft Report citing Henry A. Kissinger (State, 40 Committee, and SALT), Pike Committee Proposed Resolutions on "Contumacious Conduct" of Henry A. Kissinger - Statement of the Facts, Suggested Paragraphs for Inclusion in Minority Report of House Select Committee on Intelligence, Looseleaf notes, Memo from George H. Aldrich to Mr. Maw re: Pike Committee Hearings - Indications of White House Staff Attitudes, News reports, Memorandum re: Legislative History of 2 United States Code 192, Statement by Henry A. Kissinger Secretary of State before the Select Committee on Intelligence House of Representatives, October 31, 1975, Buchen Draft, 11/18/75, Memorandum to Phillip W. Buchen, Antonin Scalia, Carlyle E. Maw, 11/18/75, Memorandum to Phillip W. Buchen, Rex E. Lee, Antonin Scalia, 11/17/75, Pike Committee Proposed Resolutions on "Contumacious Conduct" of Henry A. Kissinger - Call's Draft, Alternative speeches, Chronology with Respect to State Department Subpoena, Summons to appear before Pike Committee, Alternative Draft - Suggested Paragraphs for Inclusion in Minority Report of House Select Committee on Intelligence, 11/17/75, Copy of public law 93 - 190, Copy of Title 2 - The Congress, Codes 190 - 198
  • ALI Restatement: Lake v. Ehrlichman, Kissinger - A - News, Aug 1977 - Apr 1978
    The New Yorker - "The Talk of the Town" - August 22, 1977, The Daily Washington Law Reporter, Vol. 106, No. 53, Pg. 489, March 17, 1978, Law Week's Summary & Analysis of Current Law, April 18, 1978
  • ALI Restatement: Lake v. Ehrlichman, Kissinger - B - Correspondence, 1974 – 1977; Contains handwritten notes, signatures, underlines, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, D. Jeffrey Hirschberg, Michael D. Sandler, John Lewis Smith, Jr., George W. Calhoun, Harold R. Tyler, Jr., Carlyle E. Maw, Thomas Crocker, Peter W. Rodman, Tom Johnson, Edward S. Christenbury, Henry E. Petersen, George H. Aldirch,
  • ALI Restatement: Lake v. Ehrlichman, Kissinger - C - Court Documents, 1974 – 1976; Includes Motion of Plaintiffs for an order to permit public filing of their motion for summary judgment against the individual defendants, Memorandum of law in support of plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment against the individual defendants, photocopy of list of jobs of William A. K. Lake, Kissinger SFRC Testimony - July 10, 1974, Motion by Plaintiffs for summary judgment against the individual defendants
  • ALI Restatement: Henry A. Kissinger v. Reporters for Freedom of the Press et al. [78-1088] & Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press et al v. Henry A. Kissinger [78-1217] Materials, 1978 – 1980; Includes: Petition for write of Ceriorari to the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (w/letter from David Ginsburg and business card of James E. Wesner), Brief for Petitioner and Cross-Respondent Henry A. Kissinger, Brief for Respondents Military Audi Project, et. al, Reply Brief for Petitioner and Cross-Respondent Henry A. Kissinger, Appendix, Syllabus (w/handwritten note, "Thank you"), Supreme Court Decisions
  • ALI Restatement: Kissinger Telephone Transcripts - A - Correspondence, 1976 - 1978, 1981; Contains handwritten notations, edits, underlines, signatures, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Jeffrey H. Smith, Lawrence S. EagleBurger, John S. Pruden, James B. Rhoads, Henry R. Kissinger, Jack Brooks, Don Oberdorfer, Jock Covey, Donald P. Young, Helmut C. Sonnenfeldt, James E. Wesner, David Ginsberg
  • ALI Restatement: Kissinger Telephone Transcripts - B - News, 1976 – 1978; Contains newspaper clippings, journal articles, photocopies of newspapers
  • ALI Restatement: Kissinger Telephone Transcripts - C - Miscellanous Documents, 1956 – 1977; Includes materials regarding the donation of Kissinger's Papers to the Library of Congress, looseleaf notes, notations

Box 38:

  • ALI Restatement: Smith, et al v. Nixon, et al, 18 May 1978; Article re: Hedrick Smith v. Nixon case from "The Daily Washington Law Reporter" Vol. 106, No. 97, pg. 913 - 918
  • ALI Restatement: Reporters Committee v. Vance - A - News & Responses, 1978, 1980
  • ALI Restatement: Reporters Committee v. Vance - B - Correspondence, 1978, 1980; Includes mark up and notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, The Editor - Washington Post, Mike Sandler, David Ginsburg, James E. Wesner
  • ALI Restatement: Reporters Committee v. Vance - C - Legal Documents, 1977 – 1978; Contains underlines, notations, check-marks, fax cover letters, documents include: US Court of Appeals for DC Circuit list of relevant case numbers & memorandum, Proceedings transcript, delivered opinion (2 copies), Plaintiiffs reply memorandum of points and authorities in support of thier motion for a preliminary injunction, memorandum of points and authorities in support of plaintiffs' motions for summary judgment and, alternatively, a preliminary injunction, Affidavit of William E. Leuchtenburg, Affidavit of Nat Hentoff, Affidavit of William Safire, Affidavit of Donald G. Herzberg, Memorandum of points and authorities in opposition to plaintiffs' motions for summary judgment and in support of defendant Henry A. Kissinger's cross-motion for summary judgment, Opposition to plaintiffs' motions for summary judgment, Cross-motion for summary judgment by defendant Henry A. Kissinger, Memorandum of points and authorities in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction, Second Affidavit of Henry A. Kissinger, Order, Certificate of Service, Affidavit of Monroe Leigh, Memorandum of points and authorities in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment and in support of defendant Henry A. Kissinger's cross motion for summary judgment, Complaint
  • ALI Restatement: Correspondence re: terrorism, nicaragua, May, July, August, November 1984; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, George H. Aldrich, President Ronald Reagan, Sen. Arlen Specter, Henry A. Kissinger, Pamela B. Gann, Erwin N. Griswold, Mark R. Joelson, Stephen S. Rosenfeld,
  • ALI Restatement: Correspondence re: Nicaragua Case, May - June 1985; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Malcolm R. Wilkey, William W. Bishop, Jr., memorandum for Mary Lee re: Suggested Paragraph for Chairman Moore's Letter, John R. Stevenson
  • ALI Restatement: Correspondence re: US - UK extradition agreements, November 1985; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., Abraham D. Sofaer, Memorandum for Restatement File, Richard L. Fischer, Frank P. Jones, Jr., Jennifer L. Hall, John Norton Moore

Subseries B: State Department - Permanent Court of Arbitration

  • News, 1946, 1970, 1978; Contains highlights, underlines, markers, newspaper photocopies, newspaper clippings, journal excerpts, articles
  • Official Documents re: precedence, formation, functioning, 1961 – 1978; Contains handwritten notations, underlines, excerpts from the American Journal of International Law re: The Permanent Court of Arbitration for 1961, 1963, 1969, "Nomination of Thomas J. Meskill" Report from the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate together with Individual News, 1975, pamphlet: "Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary: What it is and How it Works" American Bar Association, 1977, UN General Assembly Security Council A/33/223 S/12830 19 October 1978: Curricula vitae of candidates nominated by national groups Note by the Secretary General, text of EO 12059, 11 May 1978,
  • Rapport du Conseil Administratif de la Cour Permanente D'Arbitrage, 1976 – 1979; Contains 4 reports with Monroe Leigh signature, in French language, also includes UN Gen. Assembly Security Council A/33/223/Rev. 1, 25 October 1978: Curricula vitae of candidates nominated by national groups - Note by Secretary General
  • Personal File, 1978 – 1980; Contains correspondence, envelopes, memos, note cards, looseleaf notes, notations, table of U. S. members since 1938, Election of Judges to the International Court of Justice, 1981 - Sri Lanka's Candidate - Mr. H. W. Jayewardene, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Cyrus Vance, Austin Pulle, Jorge A. Aja Espil, G. W. Haight, H. W. Jayewardene, Marshall Mays, Robert B. von Mehren, Roberts B. Owen, Willis L. M. Reese, Ernest A. Gross, Cecil J. Olmstead, Francis T. P. Plimpton, William W. Scranton, stephen Schwebel, Hardy C. Dillard, Timothy B. Atekson, Marco C. E. J. Bronckers, Abram Chayes, William W. Bishop, Jr., Edison W. Dick, Richard C. Allison, Philip C. Jessup, Lyon L. Brinsmade
  • Docs & Correspondence, 1977 - March 1978; Contains signatures, memos, edits, notations, highlights, articles, looseleaf notes, newsletters, resumes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Herbert Brownwell, William W. Bishop, Jr., Carlyle E. Maw, Cecil J. Olmstead, Herbert W. Briggs, John R. Stevenson, Seymour Rubin, Warren E. Burger, Walter Sterling Surrey, Adrian W. De Wind, John N. Hazard, Robert Coulson, Eugene F. Scoles, Henry T. King, Jr., Austin Pulle, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, Herbt J. Hansell, Cyrus R. Vance, Stephen M. Schwebel, Hardy C. Dillard, Erik Suy, Vanden Huevel, Millard H. Ruud, Norris Darrell, Howared M. Holtzmann, Kurt Waldheim

Box 39:

  • Docs & Correspondence, April - June 1978; Contains memos, handwritten notes, eidts, looseleaf notes, articles, signatures, highlights, background information, reports, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Carlyle E. Maw, Stephen M. Schwebel, William D. Rogers, Herbert Brownell, William W. Bishop, Jr., Herbert J. Hensell, Warren E. Burger, Cyrus Vance, Henry T. King, Jr., John Nolan, Alan Cranston, Joseph J. Sisco, Carole Smith, Millard H. Ruud, James O. Eastland, John R. Stevenson, E. Donald Shapiro, Don Wallace, Jr., Daniel P. Moynihan, Philip C. Jessup, Robert Coulson, Robert L. Trescher, W. M. Reisman, Hugo B. Margain, Eugene V. Rostow, Thomas M. Franck
  • Docs & Correspondence, July 1978; Contains memos, handwritten notes, edits, underlines, table of US memebers since 1938, articles, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Herbert J. Hansell, Kurt Waldheim, Cyrus Vance, Joseph S. Lord, III, Herbert Brownell, William W. Bishop, Jr., Alan M. Dershowitz, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, Frank J. McGarr, Robert A. Sprecher, Albert Branson Maris, Stephen G. Breyer, Damon J. Keith, Walter J. Cummings, Maurice Copithorne, Carlyle E. Maw, Leonard C. Meeker, Timothy B. Atkeson, Henry T. King, Warren E. Burger, William D. Rogers
  • Letter to Vance materials, July 1978; Contains various drafts of letters re: International Court of Justice and Cyrus R. Vance, supporting materials, notations, highlights, memos, table of U.S. members since 1946, table fo U.S. members since 1938, routing slips, and correspondence indicating that ML had requested materials be returned and then the returned copies are included, articles, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Cyrus R. Vance, Henry T. King, Jr., Millard H. Ruud, Gerald Asken,
  • Anderson Telecast of 7/28/78 28 July 1978; Contains transcripts, scripts, underlines, edits, comments, signatures, Who's Who in America excerpted photocopies, Who's Who in the World excerpted photocopies, Directory of American Scholars excerpted photocopies, The International Who's Who excerpted photocopies, newspaper clippings, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Pegi McLaughlin, Arthur J. Goldberg
  • Letter to Kurt Waldeim, July 1978; Materials for correspondence with Kurt Waldeim, Secretary General of the United Nations, from William W. Bishop, Jr., Herbert Brownell, Herbert J. Hansell, Monroe Leigh
  • Press Release, 1 August 1978
  • Docs & Correspondence, Aug - Sept. 1978; Contains memos, signatures, photocopies of telegrams, handwritten letters, transcripts of speeches, resumes, draft press release, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, Herbert J. Hansell, Alan J. Kreczko, Leonard v. B. Sutton, Seymour J. Rubin, Adrian W. DeWind, John Scott, Hardy Dillard, John R. Stevenson, Stephen M. Schwebel, Warren E. Burger, John N Hazard, Robert Coulson, Henry T. King, Millard H. Ruud, William W. Bishop, Jr., Arthur J. Goldberg,
  • Docs & Correspondence, Oct 1978 - July 1980; Contains handwritten notations, photocopies, agendas, correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Robert H. Mundheim, Austin Pulle, J. Wallace Hopkins, Jr., Michael Bradfield, Carlyle E. Maw, Stephen M. Schwebel, Max Frankel, Richard R. Baxter, Cyrus Vance, Cecil J. Olmstead, Herbert J. Hansell
  • Docs & Correspondence, Sept. 1980 - Dec. 1980; Contains index, memos, looseleaf notes, envelopes, markup, edits, mailing lists, messenger requests, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, J. Varekamp, Roberts B. Owen, Keith Highet, William W. Bishop, Jr., Edmund S. Muskie, Lyon L. Brinsmade, Hardy Dillard, Eric Stein, Richard L. McCall, John J. McCloy, Michael Reisman, R. Ammi Cutter, Daniel J. Boorstin, James E. O'Brien, Stephen M. Schwebel, Leonard C. Meeker, W. Graham Claytor, Jr., Seymour J. Rubin, Abdulloh El-Erain, Erik Suy, Abram Chayes, George J. Alexander, Richard H. Ullman, Michael I. Sovern, Adrian S. Fisher, Warren E. Burger, Herbert W. Briggs, Al Freeman, Oscar M. Ruebhausen, Robert M. von Mehren, Albert M. Sacks, Robert Coulson, Merrell E. Clark, Jr., Austin Pulle, Herb Hansell
  • Performance Review, 1980 – 1981; Contains handwritten comments, notes, signature, underlines, Foreign Affairs Manual Circular, Vol. 3 - Personnel (1980 and 1981), Presidentail Ranks - Score Sheet, Panel B, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Joan M. Clark, John H. Rouse

Box 40:

  • Statute, 1907 Constitution, 1899 Constitution, 1978 [1907], [1899], 1978; Contains pencil markup, "Preliminary Summary of Support by Groups Consulted, for U. S. nominee to ICJ"
  • Court Composition: Foreign Candidates for Nomination, 1978; Names include: Roberto Ago (Italy), Jiminez De Arechaga (Uruguay), Abdullah El-Erian (Egypt), Antonio Gomez Robledo (Mexico), L. Ignacio-Pinto (Benin), H. W. Jayewaredene (Sri Lanka), Eero J. Manner (Finland), Jose Sette Camara (Brazil)
  • Court Composition: Ago, Roberto, 1978; b. May 26, 1907 according to original file container, Contains correspondence (2 letters) regarding Robert Ago of Italy between John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs, Don Wallace, Jr., Millard H. Rudd, includes highlights and notations
  • Court Composition: De Arechaga, Jiminez, 1978; Contains correspondence (2 letters) regarding Jiminez De Arechaga (Uruguary) between Monroe Leigh, William D. Rogers, John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs
  • Court Composition: El-Erian, Abdullah, 1978; b. March 21, 1920 according to original file container, Contains resume, correspondence (1 letter) regarding Abdullah El-Erian between Monroe Leigh, Philip C. Jessup
  • Court Composition: Gomez Robledo, Antonio, 1978; b. November 17, 1908 according to original file container, Contains curriculum vitae, highlights, correspondence (3 letters) regarding Antonio Gomez Robledo (Mexico) between Hugo B. Margain, Monroe Leigh, the Department of State, John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs
  • Court Composition: Jayewaredene, H. W., 1978; b. 1916 according to original file container, Contains resume, highlights, pencil mark-up, correspondence regarding H. W. Jayewaredene (Sri Lanka) between Cyrus R. Vance, A. C. S. Hameed, the Department of State, the Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the U.N.
  • Court Composition: Ignacio-Pinto, Louis, 1978; b. June 21, 1903 according to original file container, Contains handwritten memo, correspondence (1 letter) regarding Louis Ignacio-Pinto (Benin) between Monroe Leigh, William D. Rogers
  • Court Composition: Manner, Eero J., 1978; b. July 16, 1913 according to original file container, Contains curriculum vitae, correspondence (2 letters) regarding Eero J. Manner (Finland) between John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs, the Department of State, the Embassy of Finland
  • Court Composition: Sette Camara, Jose, 1978; b. April 14, 1920 according to original file container, Contains highlights, resume, Correspondence (3 letters) regarding Jose Sette Camara (Brazil) between the Department of State, the Permanent Mission of Brazil to the U. N., Vanden Huevel, John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs
  • Court Composition: List of United States Candidates, 1978; Names include: Richard R. Baxter, Nathan R. Berke, Hardy C. Dillard, Walter Ely, Arthur J. Goldberg, Leo Gross, Louis Henkin, Myres S. McDougal, Robert B. McKay, Carlyle E. Maw, Russell D. Niles, Covey T. Oliber, Oscar Schachter, Bernard G. Segal, Louis B. Sohn, William B. Spong, Jr., John R. Stevenson
  • Court Composition: The Chief Justice of the United States, 27 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter from Warren E. Burger to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: American Bar Association Section of International Law, 21 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter from Henry T. King, Jr., to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: American Society of International Law, 1978; Contains highlights, press release and letter (dated 29 June 1978) from William D. Rogers to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: American Branch International Law Association, 30 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter from Carlyle E. Maw to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: Association of American Law Schools, 9 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter from Millard H. Ruud to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1 May 1978; Contains highlights, personal note, letter from Herbert Brownell to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: American Arbitration Association, 9 May 1978; Contains highlights, letter from Robert Coulson to Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: Baxter, Richard R., 1978; b. February 14, 1921 according to original file container, contains highlights, correspondence regarding Richard R. Baxter, background information, bibliographies, letters of support, resume, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Herbert J. Hansell, Millard H. Ruud, Don Wallace, Jr., Carlyle E. Maw, William D. Rogers, Robert Coulson, Thomas M. Franck, Henry T. King, Jr.,
  • Court Composition: Berke, Nathan R., 1978; Contains correspondence (2 letters) regarding Nathan R. Berke between Monroe Leigh, Alan Cranston, Douglas J. Bennet, Jr., President Jimmy Carter
  • Court Composition: Dillard, Hardy C., 27 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Hardy C. Dillard between Monroe Leigh and Warren E. Burger
  • Court Composition: Ely, Walter, 1978; Contains highlights, correspondence (2 letters) regarding Walter Ely between Herbert Brownell, Robert L. Trescher, Shirley M. Hufstedler
  • Court Composition: Goldberg, Arthur J. , 1978; b. August 8, 1908 according to original file container, contains highlights, underlines, resume, biographical information, correspondence regarding Arthur J. Goldberg, Correspondents include: Herbert J. Hansell, Fred J. Cassibry, Alfonso J. Zirpoli, Julius J. Hoffman, James B. Parsons, Walter E. Craig, Joseph S. Lord, III, Alan M. Dershowitz, Frank J. McGarr, Robert A. Sprecher, Albert Branson Maris, Stephen G. Breyer, William J. Campbell, Hubert H. Humphrey, Howard H. Baker, Frank Church, President Jimmy Carter, Damon J. Keith, Walter J. Cummings, Leonard C. Meeker, Joseph J. Sisco
  • Court Composition: Gross, Leo, 1978; b. April 6, 1903 according to original file container, contains highlights, resume, biographical information, correspondence regarding Leo Gross, Correspondents include: Millard H. Ruud, Edward Gordon, Daniel P. Moynihan, Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: Henkin, Louis, 30 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Louis Henkin between Leonard C. Meeker and Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: Maw, Carlyle, 1 May 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Carlyle E. Maw between Herbert Brownwell and Monroe Leigh
  • Court Composition: McDougal, Myres S. , 1978; b. November 23. 1906 according to original file container, contains highlights, biographical and bibliographical information, correspondence regarding Myres S. McDougal, Correspondents include: Elliott Goldstein, Herbert J. Hansell, President Jimmy Carter, John C. Stennis, James O. Eastland, Monroe Leigh, W. M. Reisman, Eugene V. Rostow, William W. Bishop, Jr., E. Donald Shapiro, Millard H. Ruud, Edward Gordon, Emerson G. Spies, Frank Moore,
  • Court Composition: McKay, Robert B., 1 May 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Robert B. McKay between Monroe Leigh and Herbert Brownwell
  • Court Composition: Niles, Russell D., 27 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Russell D. Niles between Monroe Leigh and Warren E. Burger
  • Court Composition: Oliver, Covey T., 1978; b. April 21, 1913 according to original file container, contains highlights, AALS Directory of Law Teachers excerpt, Who's Who in America exceprt, letter dated 9 June 1978 regaring Covey T. Oliver between Monroe Leigh and Millard H. Ruud
  • Court Composition: Schachter, Oscar, 1978; Contains highlights, correspondence (2 letters) regarding Oscar Schachter between John R. Stevenson, Herbert W. Briggs, Millard H. Ruud, Edward Gordon
  • Court Composition: Segal, Bernard G. , 27 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding Bernard G. Segal between Monroe Leigh and Warren E. Burger
  • Court Composition: Sohn, Louis B., 1978; b. March 1, 1974 according to original file container, contains highlights, biographical and bibliographical information, correspondence regaridng Louis B. Sohn, Correspondents include: Herbt J. Hansell, Henry T. King, Jr., Monroe Leigh, Robert Coulson
  • Court Composition: Spong, William B., Jr., 27 June 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding William B. Spong, Jr. between Monroe Leigh and Warren E. Burger
  • Court Composition: Stevenson, John R., 1 May 1978; Contains highlights, letter regarding John R. Stevenson between Monroe Leigh and Herbt Brownwell
  • Court Composition: Memorandum and Correspondence, June - July 1978; Contains supporting documents, underlines, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Austin Pulle, Arthur J. Goldberg, William W. Bishop, Jr.
  • Court Composition: Memorandum from Austin Pulle re: American Members of the PCA, 18 July 1978; Contains underlines, handwritten notations, PCA reports starting in 1900
  • Court Composition: Memorandum to Austin Pulle, 15 March 1978; Contains underlines, handwritten notations, articles about the PCA
  • Court Composition: Booklet w/overview of PCA and nominations, 1978; Index: Statute of the International Court of Justice, Present Members of the International Court of Justice, Procedure for Election of Judges, American Candidates, Foreign Candidates (Ambassador El-Erian (Egypt), Mr. Razafindralambro (Madagascar), Ambassador Sette Camara (Brazil), Dr. Gomez Robledo (Mexico), Professor Robert Ago (Italy), Judge Manner (Finland), Mr. Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)), Past Nominations by the US National Group

Subseries C: Red Cross

Box 41:

  • National Red Cross Societies, 1952 and 18 Oct 1957; Contains "Guide for National Red Cross Societies on their Role as Auxiliaries of the Army Medical and Civil Defence Services" - Geneva, 1952 and Memorandum re: Summary of Participation and Probable Voting Position of Governments and National Red Cross Societies as of October 18, 1957
  • XIXth International Conference of the Red Cross - Correspondence / Background Materials, June - Nov 1957; Contains notations, signatures, Correspondents include: U. S. Delegation, Orlando Pedragosa Nadal (Delegate of Uruguay), Dr. Muhlenhover (Delgate of Germany, Amrit Kaur (Chairman, XIXth International Red Cross Conference), General Gruenther, James T. Nicholson, Mr. Boissier, Ellsworth Bunker, Robert McClintock (Delegate of USA), George M. Elsey, John Foster Dulles
  • XIXth International Conference of the Red Cross - Programs and Schedules, Oct - Nov 1957; Contains notations, schedules for each day of the Conference (28 Oct - 7 Nov), list of delegates, governing rules
  • XIXth International Conference of the Red Cross - Drafts / Resolutions, Oct - Nov 1957; Contians notations, edits, markup, copies of various drafts and resolutions proposed by different countries in attendance at the Conference

Subseries D: International Water Rights

  • Principles of Law Governing the Uses of International Rivers and Lakes: Resolution adopted by the Inter-American Bar Associaiton at its Tenth Conference Held in November, 1957, at Buenos Aires, Argentina, together with Papers Submitted to the Association. Washington, DC. April, 1958; Removed to collections in library because there were no markings
  • Principles of Law and Recommendations on the Uses of International Rivers: Statement of Principles of Law and Recommendations with a Commentary and Supporting Authorities Submitted to the International Committee of the International Law Association by the Committee on the Uses of Waters of International Rivers of the American Branch. Washington, DC. May, 1958; Removed because all materials can be found online or in the library [Law Basement - Oceans 13.6.I6146P
  • "Pakistan: The Struggle for Irrigation Water - and Existence" pamphlet, 1 November 1953; Issued by the Embassy of Pakistan, Washington, D.C.
  • "Apportionment in Indus Basin of Waters Common to Pakistan and India" : For Official Use Only, Confidential, n.d.; Contains inked edits and markings in the footnotes, Leigh signature
  • Memorandum re: [Legal]Arguments to Pakistan in Event Issue Raised as to Legality of Purported Accession by Kashmir to India," 18 Nov 1949; Contains Leigh signature, minor edits and markup
  • Annex G: Selected Treaties, Conventions, and Agreements, [1949]; Contains edits, markup, notations
  • Annex G deletions: Selected Treaties, Conventions, and Agreements removed from Annex G, July 1949; Contains edits, markup, notations, attached notes
  • U.S. & Canada and U.S. & Great Britain precedents and research, 1949 [1909]; Contains markup, notations, looseleaf notes, briefs

Box 42:

  • Memorandum for File 8619: Canadian-American Approach to Solution of Water Rights Controversy, 1949; Contains markup, notations
  • Memorandum re: Murray River Research, Feb - March, 1949 [1902]; Contains 1 document with two attachments, including 1 - The Development of the Murray River and 2 - Synopsis of Report of the Inter-State Royal Commission on the River Murray (1902)
  • Memorandum re: International Joint Commissions on Lake of the Woods Watershed, 28 March 1949; Contains 1 document titled: "Recommendations of International Joint Commission on Diversion from Watershed in Its Final Report on the Lake of the Woods Reference"
  • St. Lawrence Seaway: Public Law 358, House Report 1215, Senate Report 441, 1953, 1954, 1957; Contains markup, handwritten notations, circled areas regarding the relevant aspects to international water rights vis-à-vis the St. Lawrence Seaway between Canada and the US. Includes Public Law 358, 83d Congress, Chapter 201, 2d Session, S. 2150 (July 1957), "Report on the Committee on Public Works on S.2150: A Bill providing for creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation to Construct part of the St. Lawrence Seaway in United States Territory and for other purposes," House Report No. 1215, 83d Congress, 2d Session (February 19, 1954), Senate Report No. 441 (same name House Report No. 1215), 83d Congress, 1st Session (June 16, 1953)
  • Helmand/Hirmand River Dispute between Iran and Afghanistan - I, [1950]; Contains copies of treaties, memos, drafts, relevant background/precedent materials, notes, handwritten notations, edits, markup, revisions
  • Helmand/Hirmand River Dispute between Iran and Afghanistan - II, [1950]; Contains copies of treaties, memos, drafts, relevant background/precedent materials, notes, handwritten notations, edits, markup, revisions
  • Helmand/Hirmand River Dispute between Iran and Afghanistan - Annex G, [1950]; Contains initials ML

Subseries E: Case Files

  • Shipping Valuation Case Summaries I - III, [1948]; Contains cases American Hawaiian Steamship Co. v. United States, Baltimore Steam Packet v. United States, Cors v. United States
  • Shipping Valuation Case Summaries IV - VII, [1948]; Contains cases Eastern Steamship Lines v. United States, Kendall v. United States, Lex Laboratories, Inc. v. United States
  • Shipping Valuation Case Summaries VIII - XIV, [1948]; Contains cases Natioanl Bulk Carriers v. United States, North American Shipping Company v. United States, Olive J. Olson & Company v. United States, Ozanic v. United States, Petition of Grace Lines, Smith-Douglass Company v. United States, Trailerships Inc. v. United States, Wilson Lines v. United States

Box 43:

  • Just Compensation - Legislative History, Dec 1948 - Jan 1949; Contains an overview of legislation and cases related to Just Compensation
  • Danish Ships: Just Compensation Data on Five Danish Vessels Requisitioned 12 July 1941, [1948]; Contains summary of compromise settlement offer of just compensation for five danish vessels requisitioned July 12, 1941, including the Alssund, Brosund, Columbia, Lundby, Olympia
  • Danish Ships: Just Compensation Case Draft, 7 Dec 1949; Contains draft "Report for H. Graham Morison, Assistant Attorney General, Claims Division, Department of Justice
  • Danish Ships: Athene, 28 Aug 1948; Contains memorandum for Mr. Bressor, Message for Mr. Howard, Memorandum for Mr. Laylin
  • Danish Ships: Lundby, 11 Sept 1948; Contains memorandum for Conference with Paul Umoff, Memorandum of Conference with J. G. Comyn, Memorandum of Conference with H. A. Stevenson, Memorandum of Conference with George Davies
  • Danish Ships: Depositions, 11 Sept 1948; Contains Deposition of Hans Christian Brodersen and the Deposition of Hugo Lund for Dampskibsselskabet "Haffnia" Aktieselskab, et al vs. The United States in the United States Court of Claims
  • Christiani and Nielsen Visa Matter, 1943 – 1949; Binder with 16 sections regarding "Christiani Visa Matter" that deals with citizenship and whether or not Henning Christiani was a collaborator with the Germans during World War II. Sections include: Memorandum for Mr. Laylin, 1. Christiani and Nielsen Memorandum, 2. letter to Henning Christiani, 3. Memo of a conversation between Mr. Steger and Mr. Hyde at the U.S. Consulate on 12th January 1948, 4. Telephone conversation of December 11, 1947 with Francis Cunningham of State Department, concerning visas, 5. Translation of Depostition made by former Prime Minister Erik Scavenius before the investigating committee of hte Engineering Society in the matter of the investigation of the conduct of its member, Dr. Rud. Christiani, during the late war, 6. "Danish Saboteurs Wreck Nazi Plants" text from New York Times article dated Sunday, February 21, 1943, 7. "Nazis Hinted Giving Up Norway and Denmark" text from New York World-Telegram article dated Thursday, February 3, 1944, 8. "Nazis Plan to Leave Norway, Denmark" text from The London Daily Sketch artcled dated Thursday, February 3, 1944, 9. Statement (from Christiani?), 10. Translation of Memorandum on the Work of Ardal, 11. Translation of Letter of Auugst 19, 1949, from Dr. Christiani to Mr. Henning O. Christiani, New York, in excerpt, 12. Translation of memorandum from Mr. C. L. David, barrister to the Supreme Court, to Mr. Steglich-Petersen, barrister to the Supreme Court, regarding Dr. Rud. Christiani vs. The Danish Engineering Society dated August 15, 1949, in excerpt, 13. Translation of letter of April 20, 1949, from the Ministry of Justice to Mr. Steglich-Petersen, attorney for Dr. Rud Christiani, informing Mr. Steglich-Petersen that the Ministry of Justice has written the Attorney General that they accept his recommendation that hte Ministry not take up again the matter of violation of hte ex post facto laws relating to association with the enemy during the occupation of which Dr. Christiani was absolved of February 7, 1947, -- in spite of additional relevant data extracted by the investigating committee of the Danish Engineering Society, 14. Translation Royal Danish Legation letter, 15. Translation of letter of June 13, 1949, from Dr. Rud. Christiani to Mr. Henning O. Christiani, care of Christiani & Nielsen Ltda, Bogota, Colombia, in excerpt, 16. Translation of letter between Henning O. Christiani and Christiani & Nielsen / Rud Christiani
  • Fritze Case: Alien Property Custodian, Apr. 1947 - Jan. 1948
    Contains facts of the case, memorandum, notes, supplemental memorandum, Brief of Claimant on Motion to Dismiss, H.R. 5200 (80th Congress, 2d Session), markup, looseleaf handwritten notes, edits [Case revolves around the question of "whether an individual who is an American citizen by American law and at the same time a German citizen by German law, may recover property seized by the Alien Property Custodian during WWII"]
  • Renegotiation Cases Memoranda, 30 Dec 1947 - 7 Apr 1948; Contains handwritten looseleaf notes, drafts, edits, markup
  • Abstracts of Sales Contracts - Chronological, [1948]; Contains brief overviews of sales contracts involving shipping via water (ocean/sea), including Name, D.W.T., Age, Date of Sale, Seller, Buyer, Consideration, Price per D.W.T., Terms of Payment, Port of Delivery, and Conditions, from July 1940 to October 1945
  • Abstracts of Sales Contracts - Alphabetical, [1948]; Contains brief overviews of sales contracts involving shipping via water (ocean/sea), including; Name, D.W.T., Age, Date of Sale, Seller, Buyer, Consideration, Price per D.W.T., Terms of Payment, Port of Delivery, and Conditions, from July 1940 to October 1945
  • FCC - Use of Telephone recording devices, 1948; Contains orders, memorandum, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes,
  • Union Underwear Company Memoranda, 31 Jan - 18 June 1948; Contains handwritten looseleaf notes, drafts, edits, markup
  • Richard S. Cors v. the United States - Abstracts and Legislative History, [1948]; Involves rights of ships and the Federal Government, contains Abstracts of Cases for Cors Argument, memorandum, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes, edits, discussions on the authority of "the Maritime Commission to requisition ships of foreign registry lying idle in American ports," the "enhancement clause," Report: Inquiry into operations, policies, and affairs of United States shipping board and emergency fleet corporation by the House of Representatives, 69th Congress, 1st Sesstion (Report No. 2)
  • Richard S. Cors v. the United States - Court Documents [1948]; Contains printed proceedings of case, court documents (both for the Court of Claims phase and the US Supreme Court phase), includes markup, handwritten notations

Box 44:

  • Accumulation Clause re: Upson Will materials, 1950; Contains overview of case, background information, materials on other related cases, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes,
  • Wills, 1950; Includes copies of 5 wills for Adda M. Allen, Janet H. C. Meade, Jane Kelley Caskey, Howard T. Karsner, Frank R. Jelleff,
  • A. B. Chandler - Unfair Competition jurisdiction, 1950; Contains memoranda, court documents, depositions, handwritten notes, looseleaf notes, edits, markup, drafts, discussion of "whether the Commissioner of Baseball may not be deemed a one-man voluntary association," national law of unfair competition, piracy complaint in connection with world series broadcast, copyright problems involved in televising the Cinema
  • American Airlines - Mexican Route Case, 1950; Contains memoranda, index cards, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes, discusses questions re: "whether the President proceeding under his executive powers may cancel the certificates of public convenience and necessity issued to certain domestic air carriers authorizing them to fly to Mexico City."
  • British Telecom: FedEx receipt and copy of letter to British Telecommunications PLC re: Stratos signature page for the Completion Balance Sheet, 29 June 2001
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (1), Mar. - Dec. 1947; Contains drafts, edits, markup, looseleaf handwritten notes, newspaper clippings
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (2), Jan - Dec 1948; Contains drafts, edits, looseleaf handwritten notes, handwritten notations
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (3), Jan - Nov 1849; Contains drafts, edits, handwritten notations
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (4), Jan - June 1950; Contains drafts, edits, looseleaf handwritten notes, handwritten notations
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (5), July - Dec 1950; Contains drafts, edits, looseleaf handwritten notes, handwritten notations
  • Miscellaneous Cases Memoranda (6), Jan - Mar 1951; Contains drafts, edits, looseleaf handwritten notes, handwritten notations
  • Miscellaneous Cases Index Cards, n.d.; Contains 27 index cards with summaries of relevant cases for precedent purposes under the headings of arbitration, Condemnation, Contract, Fiscal Year, Lease, Reimbursement,

Series 3: Personal Papers

Subseries A: Correspondence

Box 45:

  • Notes on Cases for London Economist Article, Mar - July 1948; Contains notes by Monroe Leigh, Orem W. Ketchum, J. K. M., H. R. S., W. S. S., D. V. H., Jr., C. J. S., includes markup, adites, handwritten notes, looseleaf notes, index card
  • Drafts of London Economist Article, 17745; Contains 31 July 1948 edition of The Economist with article submitted by Leigh, various drafts of said article
  • Ephemera, n.d., 1952, 1955; Contains "Progress of Bankruptcy" framed cartoon (n.d.), University of London Presentation Ceremony for Recipients fo Higher Degrees and Reception by the Vice-Chancellor program (21 March 1952), "Law Notes" notebook that lists persons met/present at social functions and those who sent Monroe Leigh Christmas Cards, The University of Virginia and the Spirit of Honor by Robert K. Gooch, An address to teh entering students, 19 Sept 1955
  • Personal Correspondence, 1958; Contains handwritten letters, envelopes, enclosures, invitations, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gerald I. A. D. Draper, Dietrich Oehler, Howard E. Hensleigh, Old Ivy Inn, Robert Hubbard, Jr., Raymond F. Loving, Farmington Country Club, John R. Dykema, Hardy C. Dillard, Arthur J. Walters, Bumpus Book Store, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, Donald P. Ray, Helen M. Hill, Roger Fisher, Lindsey Cowen, R. D. G. Ribble, Marjorie Merritt, Channing Harrison, E. Ham. Welbourn, John S. Voorhees, Michael H. Cardozo, Adam Yarmolinsky, Davidson Sommers, Walter H. Glass, Louis Henkin, Department of Motor Vehicles, Alan Burroughs, Klemens von Klemperer, William H. Smith, Robert W. Tucker, Charles T. Berry, Evans B. Brasfield, F. Aley Allan, Reverend Daniel E. Power, Comptroller of the Treasury, Office of the Assessor, District Collector of Internal Revenue, Henry Saunders, F. A. Cardman, Joseph Burchenal, London Life Association Ltd, Robert Haydock
  • Norman Frauenheim, 1958 – 1971; Contains looseleaf notes, Conclusions in response document, French Republic in the Name of the French People document, handwritten notations and edits in french, Correspondents include: Jane Lang McGrew, Norman Frauenheim, F. A. Mann, Monroe Leigh, Trustee Department - General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd.,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1959; Contains note cards, newspaper clippings, handwritten letters, letter drafts, envelopes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, U. S. Department of Commerce, Vincent Burke, John N. Irwin II, George W. Hickman, Nugroho, Joseph C. Robert, Robert H. Knight, David Bruce, Paul Kaplowitz, Wilmington Trust Company, Donald E. Claudy, Robert Dechert, Manhattan Traffic Court, Robert Fearey, Paul A. Wolkin, John R. Dykema, Heyward Isham, Totton P. Heffelfinger II, Union Trust Company, Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Belgian Consul General, Tom W. Leigh, Roy D. Russell, Benjamin Forman, Regal Shoe Shop, Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, R. E. Booker, G. Vernon Leopold, R. E. Bauer, Howard Hensleigh, John D. Epperly, Walter, Glass, Superintendent of Documents, John N. Bathrick, Leonard J. Ganse, John Haskell, Bumpus Book Store, George Hsu & Company, Blackwell's, Sheldon Z. Kaplan, Philip O'Neill, Jimmy, John McGlynn, Sherman Baldwin, Catharine Gallaher, Wilson E. Schmidt, Jere H. Dkyema, John D. Epperly, Henry W. Sawyer, III, Joseph M. Snee, Edwin G. Schuck, Luke Marbury, Carl, Z. Lewis Dalby, J. W. Lentz, Jack Osborne, Charles Davis, Folger, Nolan, Fleming - W. B. Hibbs & Co., Inc., Gerald I. A. D. Draper, Mansfield D. Sprague, William Gallaher, Arthur H. Phillips, Frank Shakelford, O. M. Scott, Robert G. Harper, David Bruce, Edwin McElwain, Lyttleton Fox, Myres S. McDougal, H. M. Stationary Office, Don V. Harris, Jr., Marshal, Stephen Hearst, Roland, John B. Henderson, Edward Lee Arapian, Dillard Crinkley, William W. Arbuckle, Thomas Armat, Jr., Mrs. Hugh Gallaher, Gianni (Johnny) Manca, Robert (Bob) Haydock, Ammi Cutter, H. Marshall Peter, Charlie Maechling, Father James F. Cunningham,
  • Personal Correspondence, January - June, 1960; Contains signatures, handwritten comments, enclosures, looseleaf notes, pamphlets, brochures, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Daingerfield L. Ashton, Benjamin Forman, Marjorie Merritt, John D. Randall, Richard R. Baxter, Stephen Hearst, Jackson Martindell, Tracy S. Voorhees, The Ronald Press Company, M. W. Oettershagen, Little Falls Swimming Club, Thomas P. Peardon, Nugroho, Michael H. Cardozo, Gerald I. A. D. Draper, Howard E. Hensleigh, John F. Furman, Blackwell's Music Shop, F. Warrington Dawson, J. Vincent Burke, Jr., F. J. Dymond, Leonard C. Meeker, Irving Lipkowitz, J. W. Iliff, Wallace Dempsey, Lybrand, Ross Brothers & Montgomery, Walter Herzfeld, Ercole Graziadei, Mrs. McCannon, E. Earl Pugh, Robert W. Berry, Siesta Motel, Louis C. Krauthoff, Byron S. Adams, Simeon B. Dunlap Smith, Rene-Jean Wilhelm, Joseph Burchenal, T. A. Grillo, Tyler Thompson, Phillip I.Blumberg, I. Austin Heyman, Lyttleton Fox, Brockenbrough Lamb, The Old Ivy Inn, George W. Hickman, Jr., Jackson K. Judy, Jerome P. Facher, George R. Fetter, Robert M. Scott, Sam Clammer, L. L. Lemnitzer, Sidney Morton, Ernest A. Jaffray, E. Hambleton Welbourn, Jr., Hugh Gallaher, Theodore C. Achilles, Alan S. Boyd, Anna Barringer, Henry W. Sawyer, III, Harvard Law Review, William Leigh Taylor, Walter Glass, Edwin Martin, W. T. M. Beale, Jr., James Fulton, Joseph Barbash, Ben Bruce Blakeney, Leonard J. Saccio, Vester T. Hughes, Jr., Conrad Philos, G. Gale Roberson, Jr., Frank Boas, Chase Manhattan Bank, J & E Bumpus, Ltd., John Cheeseright, Charles Foster Moore,
  • Personal Correspondence , July - December, 1960; Contains signatures, handwritten comments, underlines, Correpondents include: Monroe Leigh, Warrington Dawson, Walton Folk, Marjorie G. McCannon, Elliott B. Strauss, Lewis H. Van Dusen, John B. Rehm, John G. Burnett, K. H. Friedman, Charles Rhyne, Norman P. Seagrave, Herbert F. Goodrich, Leslie A. Boosey, E. J. O'Donnell, J. Vincent Burke, Jr., Benjamin Forman, John B. Henderson, Roger Ernst, Richard R. Baxter, William E. Perdew, Samuel L. Eggleston, Herman C. Marshall, Gerald Draper, Bill, Blackwell's Book Store, Tracy S. Voorhees, A. W. H. Nicholson, Lewis H. Van Dusen, Jr., Thomas P. Peardon, William McC. Martin, Jr., D. Webster, Mansfield Sprague, Lynn Ungoed-Thomas, Bankers Trust Company, Stephen Hearst, G. I. A. D. Draper, Comptroller of the Treasury, Joseph T. Trotter, A. E. Kraus, Madeleine Provinzano, Lyman L. Lemintzer, Max G. Coulson, Doubleday Book Shop, Union Trust Company, Rene-Jean Wilhelm, Howard E. Hensleigh, H & P Manufacturing Company, F. Trowbridge vom Bauer, Herbert J. Blitz, Lyttleton Fox, E. Hambleton Welbourn, Jr.

Box 46:

  • Gerald Draper Correspondence, 1960 – 1974; Contains underlines, handwritten notations, signatures, Correspondents include: Julia and Gerald I. A. D. L. Al Forge, Draper, Monroe Leigh,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1961; Contains handwritten letters, looseleaf pages, envelopes, enclosures, resumes, newspaper clippings, Correspondents include: Sidney Morton, SCM, Mr. Guiher, Mr. Morris, Charles Donahue, Donald J. Hardenbrook, William C. Bauknight, Julius Kaplan, Richard C. Bergen, Walter H. Glass, Charles H. Shuff, Robert A. Marmet, John N. Regan, Dumond Peck Hill, Market Tire Company, Macon M. Arthur, Gustave M. Hauser, Adam Yarmolinsky, Union Trust Company, Perkins McGuire, Aley Allan, Joel Barlow, Edward D. Re, Nicholas Katzenbach, John E. Hayes, Wallace G. Dempsey, Arthur H. Phillips, Stanley Surrey, John Dykema, Robert W. Lawson, Jr., Edward S. Smith, J. W. Weaver, Samuel Efron, Eastern Airlines, K. H. Friedman, Tracy S. Voorhees, Peter von Teufenstein, John Stuart Higgins Jr., Martin Domke, Alfred von Klemperer, Helen Claggett, John B. Huffaker, Dan Marquarder, H. F. Arps, William J. Schrenk, Jr., John Carey, Mansfield D. Sprague, Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau, Washington Post, Department of Licenses & Inspection, William H. Watts, Stephen C. Reville, Jr., George C. Denney, Clovis E. Byers, Lawrence Hargie, Philip D. Saxon, Marjorie Merritt, Dick van Wagener, Philip D. Saxony, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, John Stewart Higgins, Jr., Richard M. Buxbaum, Seymour J. Rubin, Hubert A. Schneider, Herbert Briggs, William Roy Vallance, Clovis Byers, John D. Epperly, Howard S. Levie, Charles R. Norberg, George Farah, Jacob L. Holtzmann, Irving Lipkowitz, Gerald I. A. D. Draper, Rev. Oscar deWolf Randolph, Phillip I. Blumberg, Jefferson B. Fordham, Robert Dechert, R. Granville Curry, Alan G. Kirk II, Bernard G. Heinzen, L. Niederlehner, Frank M. Wozencraft, Michael Cardozo, E. Fontaine Broun, C. Severin Buschmann, Jr., James C. Sargent, Alan S. Boyd, Daggett (Bud) Howard, Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Benjamin Forman, Charles L. Decker, Virginia Law Review Association, Collins Denny, III, Conrad Philos, Old Ivy Inn, Max Lehrer, L. Addison Lanier, Hudon's, J. Jacobs Shannen, Fisher Radio Warehouse, Georg Hukman, Z. Lewis Dalby, Glenn R. Winters, Alfred H. Von Klemperer, Brentano's, Blackwell's, John G. Burnett, Frank L. Dennis, A. Rushton, George W. Hickman, Lewis H. Van Dusen, George M. Coburn, Paul Nitze,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1962; Contains handwritten letters, envelopes, enclosures, invitations, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, David I. Johnston, Rodrigo Llorente, James R. Patton, Jr., Virginia Law Review Association, Henry Dolz, Allen Communications, Lindsey Cowen, Walter Sterling Surrey, John B. Henderson, J. de Tender, Hugh Calkins, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, Samuel B. Sterrett, James R. Patton, Tatlana Guldberg, Robert H. Knight, E. Hambleton (Ham) Welbourn, Jr., Norman Seagrave, Epsilon of Chi Phi, Secretary to General Gruenther, K. H. Friedman, Ralph Immell, Edwin Martin, Alfred M. Gruenther, Howard S. Levie, Sweet & Maxwell Ltd., A. Moreni, Robert H. Haden, Abram Chayes, Stevens and Sons, Vada Horsch, Wagons-Lits, American Airlines, Richard Swift, Messrs. Guiher and Morris, Walter H. Glass, Royal Little, Russell Baird Adams, F. Aley Allan, Douglass Cater, G. O. J. van Tets, Hubert A. Schneider, Mr. William Merriam, Henry F. Butler, Ralph Wesley Golby, Secretary - Metropolitan Club, Maxwell M. Caskie, Jr., Jerome P. Facher, Roger Fisher, Noyes Thompson (Tom) Powers, Stanley V. Malcuit, Guerin Todd, Wallace G. Dempsey, Gertrude C. Whitaker, Lewis Matacia, James Sargent, C. Richard Locke, Juraj L. J. Slavik, John Andrews King, Jr., Bourke B. Hickenloper, Rufus King, Ina Walker, Nugroho, Sidney Morton, Jack H. Pender, Frank Shackelford, John B. Henderson, Daggett (Bud) H. Howard, Ray Brittinham, The Treasurer - Metropolitan Club, Stephen C. Hopkins, Sr., Stephen Reville, George M. Pavia, Leon Lipson, John P. Furman, James P. Sullivan, Cecil J. Olmstead, Herman Finkelstein, John King, Jr., Louis C. Krauthoff, Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, John DeHardit, Chesapeake & Potomac Telephons, Harvard Business Review, Judson T. Vaughan, Jr., Phillip D. Jackson, Hart Perry, Warren Lee Pierson, Palmer S. Rutherford, Jr., John Emerson, Chris Nolde, Irving Lipkowitz, William Barron, Harry Catlin, Mrs. Hugh Gallaher, Ed Stern, Ken Hadow, Robert H. Haden, Henry Dolz
  • Personal Correspondence, 1963; Contains invitations, notecards, envelopes,newspaper clippings, Correspendents include: Monroe Leigh, Riggs National Bank, Robert Haydock, First National City Bank, Michael H. Cardozo, George W. Ray, Jr., District Director of Internal Revenue, Sidney E. King, Vester T. Hughes, Jr., Herman Marshall, Raymond O. Mulvany, John Richardson, John Langstaff, Don V. Harris, Jr., Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Rita E. Hauser, Philip I. Blumberg, Clive L. DuVal, II, Walter H. Glass, Elbert Cox, Thomas E. Gilmer, Robert Dechert, Stephen Reville, Jr., James E. Edmunds, The Strad Office, Chase Manhattan Bank, Allan E. Walker, Jr., W. Taylor Reveley, Jr., William Thomas, Walter A. Willson, III, Robert Anthoine, Howard Marshall Holtzmann, R. M. Eager, Cecil J. Olmstead, Janet H. C. Mead, Ed Fish, Jesse Guy Benson, Philip S. Bowie, Vincent J. Hearing, Frank Shackelford, Benjamin Montmorency Tench, Jr., Carol Sue Richard, John W. Leatherman, Fannie J. Klein, Richard Baxter, Aunt Bee, Robert A. Falise, Henry B. Smythe, John H. Fanning, Phillip Blumberg, William Bryan, Mrs. William Denson, Controller of the Treasury, Messrs F. Trobridge vom Baur, Spencer M. Beresford & George M. Coburn, Howard Hensleigh, Charles L. Decker, Hugh Calkins, Eugene B. Thomas, Romer McPhee, David Johnston, Richard Young, Alfred M. Gruenther
  • Gen Kajitani Correspondence, 1963 – 1973; Contains handwritten notes, Gen Kajitani resume, signatures, underlines, comments, Memorandum - Reform of the AntiDumping Act in 1965, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gen Kajitani, Richard O. Duvall, Andrew R. Cecil, G. W. Capley, The Harvard Law Review Association, Mr. Guiher, Mr. Lawson, Dean and Mrs. Allan F. Smith, Willis O. S., Louis A. Johnson, Frank E. Samuel, Alexander D. Calhoun, Jr., James Lee Kauffman, Takeo Kajitani, Richard R. Baxter, Graham James & Rolph, LaForest E. Phillips, Jr., Charles G. Williamson, Jr.,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1964; Includes envelopes, notecards, invitations, resumes, receipts, bills, Correspondents include: Mornoe Leigh, John Warden, Secretary of Agriculture, Mansfield (Mannie) D. Sprague, Edgar Stedman, Wallace Holbrook, George W. Ray, Jr., Sidney Kramer, Carl Norden, Richard (Dick) Baxter, E. Ross Adair, Ray Dickey, Coutnry Club of Virginia, Inc., Mrs. L. F. Leigh (Mother), Thomas Leigh, J. Purcell Jones, Miss Donna Smith, Gerald Draper, E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., Mrs. Nicholson, Howard Tucker, William R. Merriam, Lloyd N. Cutler, James C. Sargent, Philip W. Amram, Macon M. Arthur, Louis Henkin, F. Allan Kelly, Louis B. Sohn, Kenneth B. Wentzel, Mrs. Harry Catlin, George H. Long, Myers S. McDougal, Miss Louise Savage, Cesare Sclarandis, Harrison Hancock, Chase Manhattan Bank, The Univesity Club, John H. Calhoun, William G. Moore, Virginia Journal of International Law, Edward D. re, John S. Higgins, Jr., George S. Buschmann, Phillip I. Blumberg, Virginia P. Trenka, Robert (Bob) McCaw, Willis L. M. Reese, Georgia Pinnick, Andrew R. Cecil, Velma H. LeRoy, W. C. (Bill) Mott, Bernard G. Heinzen, Stanley C. Morris, Sr., C. R. Locke, Veterans Administration, New York Historical Society, William A. Lashley, Edward M. Smith, Bernard J. Wald, William E. Miller, University Club, Messrs. Lear & Scoutt, Riggs National Bank, Guerin Todd

Box 47:

  • Personal Correspondence, 1965; Includes envelopes, notecards, invitations, receipts, bills, Correspondents include: Stanley Surrey, Robert Dechert, Roger Fisher, Stephen T. Bolmer, Texaco Ind., Robert F. Grabb, Cecil J. Olmstead, Raymond L. Brittenham, Hardy C. Dillard, Henry T. Wickham, Stephen R. Tisa, Richard B. Lillich, Marvin J. Colangelo, Najeeb Halaby, Capital Map Company, Jerome P. Facher, Robert Huntington Knight, John G. Buchanan, William B. Spong Jr., Parvez Hassan, H. Dudley Ives, Mrs. Fletcher Plumley, Maxwell M. Caskie, Jr., Virginia Department of Conservation and Economic Development, John Laylin, S. A. Gersten, Herman Marshall, Jasper S. Baker, Leonard C. Meeker, John McCoid, Vester J. Huges, Jr., Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, Techbuilt, Inc., Mrs. Velma H. LeRoy, Helen Newman, Covey T. Oliver
  • Dr. Edwared D. Re Correspondence, 1965 – 1966; Materials related to Edward D. Re's consideration for appointment as a Federal Judge in the Eastern Distict of New York, handwritten notes, form, biographical clipping, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Ernest C. Friesen, Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, Nicholas de B. Katzenbach, Committee on Membership - The American Law Institute, Warren E. Buger, Francis M. Bird,
  • Gerold Buschlinger Correspondence, 1965 – 1973; Includes Western Union telegram photocopy, envelopes, wedding invitation, signatures, Western Union telegram, memos, Buschlinger resume, handwritten comments, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gerold Buschlinger, William A. Sackman, Conner, Lyman Hamilton, Richard A. Whiting,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1966; Includes envelopes, notecards, invitations, programs, recipts, bills, Wilton Park 1966 Conference materials, newspaper clippings, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Columbia Kennels and Pet Center, Mr. Claudy, G. C. Harcourt, William C. Olson, American Security & Trust Company, The Clerk - Putnam County Court, Appeal Printing Company, Inc., K. Westrick, Don Bagwell, Tom Farmer, Sleep Center, Don E. Burch, Egbert Giles Leigh, III, Richard B. Lillich, Vada Horsch, Sears, Roebuck & Co., Mason Willrich, Alan Boyd, Harry Catlin, Riccardo Dalla Vedova, William E. Miller, S. Frisa, Marvin J. Colangelo, Thomas Tuttle, K. H. Friedmann, Rawle Deland, Daggett H. Howard, A. C. Epps, Stephen Reville, Jr., Charles K. Hepner, Richard Whiting, Edward J. Gerrity, Jr., Carol Laise, Francis J. Larkin, Nellie R. Bair, Sam D. Eggleston, Jr., Manhattan Laundry & Dry Cleaning, H. C. L. Merillat, C. Kriss, Goodspeed's Book Store, William B. Spong, Jr., Craig Colgate, Jr., The Recording Laboratory - Library of Congress, George C. Rawlings, Jr., W. Leigh Taylor, John W. Tuthill, James N. Wilson, Walter Herzfeld, Hastings Keith, Murray Camarow, Myres S. McDougal, Donald C. Alexander, Richard (Dick) Baxter, Jacob D. Beam, Howard Aibel, Larry L. Skeen, The Heckman Bindery, Inc., Hechinger, Jerome P. Lipper, Matthew Hale, John P. Furman, Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, Comptroller of the Treasury, District Director Internal Revenue Service, Virginia Law Weekly, R. W. Rose, Robert H. Knight, Fontaine Broun, Lowell Davis, Mrs. Hugh Gallaher, Jack P. Jefferies, Howard S. Levie, Ralph Gilbert, Fred B. Smith, Revelation, Norman Seagrave, W. E. Griffin, Frank M. Wozencraft, L. Roger Williams, Peggy Cole, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Stephen R. Tisa, F. Taylor Ostrander, Superintendent of Documents - US Government Printing Office, E. P. Geibig, University of Virginia - Legal Research Group, Morse Dial, Wallace Dempsey, William Moore, Robert D. Thorington, William C. Hill, Allen W. Dulles, S. L. Simmons, Pat Monroe, Wilson Anderson, James H. Pipkin, C. R. Locke
  • Personal Receipts, 1966; Contains personal receipts of Monroe Leigh from various companies
  • Timothy B. Atkeson Correspondence, 1966 – 1973; Includes materials related to Atkeson's application to appear before the Supreme Court, copy of US Court of Appeals for 2d Circuit Docket No. 30341 case, Resume of Timothy B. Atkeson, signatures, handwritten notations, newspaper clippings, Correspondents include: Timothy B. Atkeson, Monroe Leigh, Franklin Davis, Elliot L. Richardson, Arthur H. Dean, Thomas M. Franck, Lewis Kimball,
  • Personal Correspondence, January - June, 1967; Contains The Department of State Bulletin, Vol. LXII, No. 1599, February 16, 1970, a copy of the Mayo Diet - 2 weeks, envelopes, newspaper clippings, invitations, receipts, bills, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Norman P. Seagrave, Edward M. Harris, Seymour St. John, Howard Tucker, John M. Raymond, Gerold H. Buschlinger, Gardner Defoe, Helen T. McDonald, Logan Fulrath, Mary S. Churchill, George W. Haight, Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, Howard Tucker, Darby Bowman, Stanley D. Metzger, John C. Bullitt, Outward Bound, Inc., Lucien Wulsin, Riccardo Gor-Montanelli, Hechinger, Virginia Law Weekly, Hyman Zimmerman, William R. Felts, Mr. Beale, Christopher H. Phillips, John S. Tennant, John A. Wise, Donald G. Agger, Austin P. Montgomery, Dnaiel M. Federman, Mary Fry, John G. Tritsch, David Rice, Henry S. Villard, Jere H. Dykema, Alan Boyd, John E. Stephen, E. Hambleton Welbourn, Jr., Donald G. Agger, Walter D. Sohier, Harvard Law Review Association, Vada Horsch, Joan Fulton, William H. Draper, Jr., John Shelton Bair, Robert Matteson, William A. Sackmann, M. Z. Khaiser, Francis O. Wilcox, Jerry H. Weiss
  • Personal Correspondence, July - December, 1967; Contains envelopes, invitations, receipts, bills, newspaper clippings, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Robert Murphy, Governmetn Employees Insurance Co., John B. Rehm, State Planters Bank, J. C. Clatterbuck, Potomac School, Harold Johnson, W. E. Griffin, Jerry H. Weiss, Chevy Chase Club, Keyboard Immortals, Oscar Schachter, Irving Lipkowitz, Derzy Michalowski, Totton P. Heffelfinger, Chariman - Joint Economic Comimttee, J. William Doolittle, University Club, Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, Stephen Hearst, Douglas Cater, John Warner, Stanley D. Metzger, Women's National Democratic Club, Phillippe Bodin, Miguel Gomez Guerra, Riccardo Dalla Vedova, Ward C. Humphreys, John A. Wise, Jr., Herman F. Scheurer, Richard Falk, James L. Billinger, Govert van Tets, Herbert R. Stokes, Robert Krause, Colonel B. Jablonski, Jan Chowaniec, Westerly Marine Construction, Hechinger's, John M. Raymond, Phyllis T. Piotrow, Michael H. Cardozo, Leonard Unger, Mason Willrich, Harry W. Geiglein, Hardy C. Dillard, Alden R. Kuhlthau, Frank S. Phillips, Inc., Warren M. Christopher, Gardner Defoe, Gerold H. Buschlinger, John R. Garson, Judith Gellert, Richard B. Lillich, Edward M. Harris, Hnery S. Palau

Box 48:

  • Carl and Ellen Norden Foundation, Inc., 1967 – 1971; Contains handwritten notes, memorandum, meeting minutes, IRS and Organizational forms, Articles of Incorporation document, agendas, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Carl F. Norden, Wallace (Wally) E. Whitmore, Ellen H. Norden,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1969; Contains invitations, notecards, envelopes, looseleaf paper, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Robert B. McCaw, Jerry H. Weiss, Lucien Wulsin, Monrad G. Paulsen, Ralph Cunningham, Richard B. Lillich, Leonard v. B. Sutton, Lewis H. Van Dusen, Jr., LIndsey Cowen, Stanley D. Heckman, D. R. Mummery, Richard R. Baxter, Joseph M. Sweeney, Hotel Tarabya, Hotel Istanbul Hilton, American Wood Council, Luke W. Finlay, Mason Willrich, Jeremiah D. Lambert, William H. Draper, Jr., Chalres B. Ruttenberg, Scott Heuer, Jr., Hardy C. Dillard, William C. Battle, Alexandre Kafka, Robert J. Muscat, Alexis I. duPont Bayard, Myres S. McDougal, Mrs. Hugh Gallaher, Superintendent of Documents, F. Bradford Morse, Vester T. Hughes, Jr., Francis O. Wilcox, John B. Rhinelander, Eric E. Bergsten, Carrington Williams, Linda K. Lee, Edwin M. Zimmerman, J. T. C. Hewison, George M. Coburn, Lewis J. Moorman, Jr., John S. Voorhees, Marie J. Pampley, Neil Carothers III, Thomas W. Leigh, Monard G. Paulsen, Robert Hadock, Jr., Horizon Books, Hal J. Wright, Charles Donahue, C. Burke Elbrick, Addison Lanier, Maurice Flynn, William W. Lancaster, Jack Baranson, C. R. Locke, Frances Farmer, Clarence J. Galligan, Alan S. Boyd, Norman Frauenheim, Marvin J. Colangelo, Walter Wadlington, Betty C. Armstrong, Marshall Green, Information Officer - Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, David Rapaport, Dante Fascell, Mrs. Littleton Fox, L. L. LeBlanc, Howard Tucker, Edwin S. Cohen, Rita E. Hauser, Edward D. Re, Stowe Area Association, John G. Wall, Peter Low, Virginia Law Review Association, Russell E. Train, Joseph W. Bartlett, Robert Lawson, Adrian S. Fisher, Edward J. Grenier, Jr., Tracy S. Vooorhees, Betty C. Lynch, Meredith's, Hudson's, Herman Marshall, John Washburn, William Howell, Gen Kajitani, Gerald P. Johnston, Robert Krones, Jacques Futrelle, Elliot L. Richardson, William P. Macht, Frank Jones, Ron Romines,
  • Foreign Investment in Latin America symposium at UVA School of Law, 1969 – 1970; Contains program and supporting materials for the Regional Meeting of the American Society of International Law, March 13 - 14, 1970 at the University of Virginia School of Law, Co-Sponsored by the John Bassett Moore Society of International Law, titled "Foreign Investment in Latin America: Past Policies and Future Trends." Monroe Leigh was a participant. These materials cover supporting documentation for his role, background information, and relevant materials for this subject matter.
  • Personal Correspondence, 1970; Contains envelopes, resumes, invitations, receipts, bills, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Hugh Calkins, Richard L. Fischer, Mr. Charles M. and Mrs. Sydney Spofford, William P. Macht, Irving Lipkowitz, Malcolm Richard Wilkey, Kenneth R. Mason, Jerry H. Weiss, Helen and Ed Cohen, John Norton Moore, John A. Wise, Jr., Philip Elman, John A. McVickar, Charles Kent, Jerome Lipper, Edward D. Re, Bray & Scarff Sales, Inc., Marshall T. Mays, Covey T. Oliver, Richard R. Baxter, Downs, Mason Willrich, Stephen R. Tisa, Edd Hyde, David Fleming, G. O. J. van Tets, Ruth Eggleston, Mrs. Maxwell M. Caskie, Jr., Thomas Leigh Williams, Robert Dechert, Don Wallace, Jr., Alastair K. Maxwell, Barry Sullivan, William Harvey Reeves, The New Yorker Magazine, Gustave M. Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Chowaniec, Joseph H. McConnell, Senator Byrd, Senator Spong, E. W. Hackett, Stanley J. Glod, Elliott L. Richardson, Mrs. Philip Levy, Ball & Ball, Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, United Virginia Bank/State Planters, Tracy Voorhees, David M. Gooder, Murray J. Belman, The Virginia Law Weekly, David I. Granger, Don V. Harris, Jr., BP Oil Corporation, Grinnell Morris, George Kovacs, Mrs. John (Florence) Riley, Virginia Law Review Association, Hardy C. Dillard, Dallas W. Smythe, C. R. Locke, Markham Ball, Monrad G. Paulsen, James E. Edmunds, Donald E. Claudy, Lyle S. Garlock, Rodger W. Klein, Richard L. Fischer
  • UVA - Conference on Foreign Investments in Latin America, March, 1970; Contains transcript of remarks, looseleaf notes, program, photocopy of newspaper clippings, schedule, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Robert K. Goldman, Richard B. Lillich
  • Robert College - Istanbul and Trinity College materials, 1970 – 1974; Contains handwritte notes, underlines, correspondence re: Robert College, outline for prospective teachers and information regarding Trinity College for his son Edward M. Leigh, Jr., Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Catherin Scott Rose, Lloyd E. Smail, W. Howie Muir, Del A. Shilkret, Elenor G. Reid
  • Personal Correspondence, 1971; Contains envelopes, invitations, receipts, bills, resumes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, The Musical Review, Jerry H. Weiss, Mr. Edmund and Mrs. Helen Cohen, Richard L. Fischer, Jon Pickel, Ralph Cunningham, Hardy Dillard, Alastair K. Maxwell, Benjamin P Labmerton, Jay Norris Corp., Carrington Williams, Livingston Hartley, R. Dennis McArver, Stephen M. Schwebel, Rosemary G. Conley, Eastern Federal Savings and Loan Association, John N. Plakias, Ed A. Evanson, Benjamin Forman, Jerry R. Goldstein, Frederick S. Hill, L. Thomas Galloway, R. D. Plant, C. Richard Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Cunningham, John A. Hartman, Jr., Minnesota Outward Bound, Della Sullivan, John A. McVickar, Alexander D. Calhoun, Jr., Tractor Supply Company, National Symphony Orchestra, Herbert P. Fales, Justice and Mrs. R. Ammi Cutter, Herbert Rubin, Myres S. McDougal, Mrs. Hugh (Anne) Calkins, Bob McNeil, Covey T. Oliver, James A. Dixon, Dumond Peck Hill, Norman Frauenheim, Beltsville Forest Insect Laboratory, G. Schirmer, Inc., Helga Ruof, Kitty? Guy, Richard Baxter, Phillip I. Blumberg, Russell N. Shewmaker, John Shugars, Richard L. Tavrow, Robert Chira, F. Gerald Toye, Marshall T. Mays, Robert Brown Glenn, Jr., Thomas Galloway, Photo Duplication Service, Ed Burns, W. Graham Claytor, Jr., Joseph P. Downer, William H. Taylor, Robert F. Dobbin, Keyboard Immortals, Zeltz Fish Hatcheries, Lewis E. Kimball, Jr., The Virginia Law Review Association, Mason Willrich, Michael J. Deutch, Farmington Country Club, Marshall V. Miller, Eric R. Fox, James E. Edmunds, Karl E. Bakke, Dickson Phillips, Gustave M. Hauser, Frank P. Jones, Jr.

Box 49:

  • Personal Correspondence, 1972; Contains signatures, envelopes, handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Stephen Ailes, Jonathan Moore, Elliot L. Richardson, Pierre Lalive, John H. Jackson, Norman Frauenheim, Phillip I. Blumberg, Hardy, Mozelle Archer, Fesco, Inc., R. Jordan, Percy W. Aycock, Frank M. Wozencraft, Andrew R. Cecil, R. Bruce MacWhorter, John Edwards, Mrs. Edward [Bertie] G. Howard, Frederick S. Hill, Ted Stevens, W. H. Booth, Walter W. Regirer, Ronald S. Katz, Lucien Wulsin, John B. Rhinelander, Catherine Scott Rose, Mario Beltramo, Riccardo Gori-Montanelli, Francisco Orrego Vicuna, Lester Nurik, Newell W. Ellison, Gianni Manca, William H. Howell, Eli Lauterpacht, Hugh Calkins, The Homestead - Hot Springs, Virginia, Sigmund Timberg, Michael Sandler, John A. McVickar, Michael Reisman, Malcolm L. Monroe, Vester T. Hughes, Jr., Linda K. Lee, John B. Rehm, Guido Brosio, The Editor and Managing Board - The Virginia Law Review Association, Monrad G. Paulsen, James C. Conner, William P. Macht,
  • Nugroho Correspondence, 1972; Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Mr. Nugroho (3 letters)
  • Richard R. Baxter Correspondence, 1972 – 1974; Includes envelopes, personal letters, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Richard (Dick) R. Baxter, John N. Irwin, III,
  • Samuel O. Ruff Correspondence, 1972 – 1974; Contains Foreign Service Journal, October 1973, Department of State Newsletter, January 1974, No. 152, looseleaf notes, pay charts, Department of Agriculture rates of pay memorandum to all employees, Department of State Newsletter January 1974 photocopy, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Samuel O. Ruff,
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence, Oct 1972 – 1977; Contains invitations, signatures, envelopes, programs, article photocopies, looseleaf notes, press releases, invitations, Correspondents include: Kazys Skirpa, Monroe Leigh, Legal Directories Publishing Company, F. David Lake, Jr., David Small, Ronald S. Katz, Gerard R. Aquilina, John A. McVickar, Rosemary G. Conley, Harold J. Berman, William B. Beirce, Robert A. Rabbino, Jr., Oscar Schachter, Joseph Barbash, J. Dapray Muir, James R. Offutt, Office fo Noise Abatement attn: Mr. Purnell, William D. Rogers, G. Richard Dunnells, John M. Hennessy, Mason Willrich, Tracy S. Voorhees, Leonard B. Terr, Jose A. Cabranes, Adrian S. Fisher, Gustave M. Hauser, Robertogod Goldman, Edwin G. Schuck, John Jay Douglass, James C. Conner, Michael Bradfield, Mr. Kenneth, and Mrs. Hebe Redden, Martin R. Hoffman, Horace J. DePodwin, Howard S. Levie, Paul A. Wolkin, Jerry H. Weiss, R. S. Katz, DAvid Gregg, III, David H. Popper, James L. Wolf, David D. Newsom, Arthur A. Hartman, Bob D. Mannis, Frank P. Jones, Jr., James N. Hyde, Lic. Cesar Sepulveda, Alwyn V. Freeman, Yehuda Z. Blum, Barbara M. Rossotti, William H. Morris, G. Richard Dunnells, Richard B. Lillich, Lewis H. Van Dusen, Jr., John Hopkins Heires, Stanley Nehmer, Alan Wm. Wolff, Mark R. Finkelstein, Secretary - U. S. Tariff Commission, Albert J. Beveridge, III, George P. Armour, E. Thomas Sullivan, Carl F. Salans, Scott H. Marston, Joseph E. Toochin, Gaetano Arangio-Ruiz, Theodore R. Gates, Mary Lou Richini, Murray J. Belman, Michael Waelbroeck, Barbara M. Rossotti, David A. Walsh, Lindsey Cowen, Ibrahim F. I. Shihata, Ewell E. Murphy, Jr., William C. Gifford, Jr.,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1973; Contains signatures, handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Richard L. Fischer, Frank P. Jones, Jr., James C. Conner, Irving Lipkowitz, James F. Lawrence, Virginia Dunmire, Mr. Henry w. and Mrs. Grace Sawyer, Mrs. John [Nicky] Emerson, Wardeen P. P. [Paul] Streeten, Thomas W. Leigh, The Epsilon Chapter - Chi Phi Fraternity - Hampden-Sydney College, Riccardo Gori-Montanelli, Mozelle Archer, Secretary - R. J. Reynolds Industries, Inc., Mrs. Vernon E. [Elizabeth] Reynolds, Norman Frauenheim, Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., Stephen M. Schwebel, Carrington Williams, Jerry H. Weiss, William J. Flather, III,
  • Prof. Myres S. McDougal, 1973; Contains Yale Law Report, Spring 1973, FacultyProfile
  • Personal Correspondence, 1974; Contains signatures, handwritten notes, looseleaf notes, business cards, resume, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Eli Lauterpacht, Ammi Cutter, Frank P. Jones, Jr., Jasper S. Baker, Jerry H. Weiss, Carl F. Norden, Richard L. Fischer, New York Review of Books, Judith Bello, Robert A. Fearey, Louis Lefkowitz, Epsilon Chapter of Chi Phi, Carlyle E. Maw, Mays Behrman, Peter Lemell, Sir William Hawthorne, John N. Irwin, Henry W. Sawyer, III, F. L. P. White, Ted Stevens, George C. Denney, Jr, Whittet & Shepperson, Dover Publications, Mrs. Conley - American Society of International Law, Shopsmith, Inc., Lucien Wulsin,
  • Biographical Materials, n.d. [1970s?]; Contains numerous iterations and versions of his resume with edits, revisions, markup, as well as other articles and documentation about his biography (including Who's Who in the South and Southwest excerpt)
  • Personal Correspondence, 1980; Contains signatures, note cards, Christmas cards, invitations, handwritten notations, newspaper articles photocopies, resumes, envelopes, Correspondents include: Christian A. Herter, Jr., Mornoe Leigh, John Hardin Young, John M. Raymond, Maurice D. Capithorne, Gerald Aksen, Malcolm Richard Wilkey, Harry Tyson Carter, Betty Esau, William C. Brewer, Jr., Edward D. Re, Rita E. Hauser, Eva C. Domke, Elliot L. Richardson, Henry P. de Vries, David Gill, Noor Mohammad, K. Scott Gudgeon, World Champion Horse Equipment, Inc., Michael J. Hershman, J. Peter A. Bernhardt, Robert MacCrate, Jack P. Jefferies, Morris H. Wolff, Charles Hopkins, Andres Cuneo Macchiavello, Henry A. Kissinger, Timothy W. Stanley, Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Donald E. deKieffer, Circulation Manager - Horseman Magazine, Joseph P. Downer, Betty Calambokidis, Michael Sandler, Dr. Kalliopi Koufa, Michael J. Glennon, Richard Williams, R. Ammi Cutter, Jim McHugh, Howard S. Levie, Andrew R. Cecil, John Norton Moore, John O. Marsh, Jr., Charles E. Barnett, III, Hardy C. Dillard, Mr. Carlyle E. and Mrs. Margo Maw, Deborah M. Levy, Roger McCollester, John Hertz, Marshall V. Miller, Emerson G. Spies, Richard L. Fisher, Frank P. Jones, Jr., Sheikh Salah Al-Hejailan, Robert J. Lipshutz, C. L. Haslam, A. M. Reynolds, P.Y. M. Hartog, John A. Washington, Edward Gordon, Charles Maechling, Jr., Michael K. Wyatt, Robert L. Keuch, Mason Willrich, John E. Howell, Wallace L. Timmeny, Leonard H. W. van Sandick, William W. Bishop, Jr., Irwin M. Stelzer, Takashi Watanabe, Steven L. Meltzer, John E. Howell
  • Personal Correspondence, 1981; Contains signatures, handwritten notations, newspaper article photocopies, looseleaf notes, invitations, Correspondents include: G. P. Thukov, Monroe Leigh, Robert J. Corber, Geoverts O. J. Van Tets, C. Euguene Webb, Willis L. M. Reese, Paul A. Pavlis, Richard Combs, John R. Cooke, Jr., U.S. Department of Transportation, George W. Coombe, Jr., Samuel D. Engle, Michael H. Cardozo, C. Barrie Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Heribert Golsong, Edward Gordon, Toby S. Myerson, Franz M. Oppenheimer, Yale Club Library,Mr. Gerals and Mrs. Julia Draper, Louis S. Emery, John Hannaway, John Heinz, J. Howard Settle, Howard Holtzmann, Lindsey Cowen, Hart Perry, Edward Dumbauld, Philip C. Jessup, Lawrence Collins, Peter C. Manson, Malcolm R. Pfunder, John A Westberg, Malcolm R. Wilkey, Ms. Haas - Circle 8 Ranch, Joseph P. Griffin, James E. Edmunds, Mary Gardiner Jones, Robert M. Flanagan, Robert Womack, Hardy C. Dillard, Davis R. Robinson, William R. Bailey, Aron Broches, Paul J. Stadtler, William R. Bailey, Terry L. Leitzell, Department of Highways, Robert Womack, John C. Roots, Betty Esau, Ignaz Seidl-Hohenveldern, Rosalyn Higgins, Mark B. Feldman, David Schachter, Robert O. Blake, Joseph A. Greenwald, Pierce McCrary, Mrs. E. Miles Herter, John Lehman, Adele Herter Seroude, Walter J. Stoessel, Jr., John D. Epperly, John O. Marsh, Jr., Phillip R. Trimble, Jerry H. Weiss, Tariq Hassan, John Lehman, Christian A. Herter, Jr., Harold H. Saunders, Roberts B. Owen, Michael Brnadon, J. Peter A. Bernhard, Maurice D. Copithorne, Takashi Watanabe, Mason Willrich

Box 50:

  • Personal Correspondence, 1982; Contains signatures, handwritten notations, post-it notes, article photocopies, envelopes, invitations, draft article letter responses resumes, correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Comptroller of the Treasury - Income Tax Division, M. D. Copithorne, Richard M. Hammer, Frank W. Swacker, Juk H. van Maanen, Jerry H. Weiss, Orm Ketcham, Sidney Picker, Jr., Mustafa Sayid, Board of Directors - Hamlet Place Owners, Inc., Harry Tyson Carter, Robert B. Oakley, Byron Farwell, Virginia M. Dondy, C. Karen Troy, Aron (Ronnie) Broches, James M. Michel, Fomad? Riad?, Mr. Riddle, Kempton B. Jenkins, Walking Horse Report, Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse, Walking Horse Report, Arthur R. Albrecht, Francis A. Boyle, Daivd A. Greenburg, William T. England, Chevy Chase Chevrolet, Elisabeth Zoller, Roland de Kergorlay, William R. Felts, Chester H. Brandon, Charles G. Williamson, Jr., Dante B. Fascell, Jacqueline A. McCard, Scott Heuer, Jr., William W. Dunn, John D. Epperly, Michio Mizoguchi, Internal Revenue Service Center, Maryland Income Tax Division, Harry W. Fawcett, Paul Brothers, Inc., Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Bruno A. Ristau, Ronald S. Katz, Sam Eggleston, Jr., Arthur J. Rothkopf, Henry A. Kissinger, Kathleen Sylvester, John R. Cooke, Department of Parking and Transportation Services, J. Stewart McClendon, Peter Auery, Chevrolet Motor Division, Timothy W. Stanley, Herbert D. Spivack, R. W. Munro, Interstate Federal Savings and Loan Association, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prendergast, Kanenori Oshikiri, Geico
  • Personal Correspondence, 1983; Contains signatures, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes, invitations, resumes, newspaper clippings, post-it notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Gamal M. Badr, William J. Flather, III, Yukio Takeuchi, Kanenori Oshikiri, Margo Grant, David Gregg, III, Phillip I. Blumberg, Walter W. Brooks, Jr., Morris I. Leibman, Joseph E. Lombardi, Michael A. Daniels, Toby S. Myerson, Howard B. Hill, Father Joseph Snee, Craig Mathews, Franz M. Oppenheimer, George H. and Rosemary Aldrich, Dan S. Cross, John R. Stevenson, Nan Oldham, George P. Armour, Bob Jordan, Gerald and Julia Draper, Jeswald W. Salacuse, Colonial Parking, Inc., Victoria E. Marmorstein, Arthur R. Albrecht, Gustave M. Hauser, Edward G. Aldrich, Philip Kinkaid, Barbara Anderson - Flather & Hayes Company, K. Martin Worthy, Arthur W. Rovine, Guido Brosio, M. D. Cppithorne, Edward D. Re, Dean Koerth, Pascale Abdelmour, Roy Hamlin Johnson, H. James Conaway, Irene Savanis, Richard (Pokie) Edmunds, Virginia State Highway Commission, Stefan A. Riesenfeld, Werner Hein, Derek M. D. Thomas, James H. Michel, Eugene V. Rostow, Mrs. Wilson (Peggy) Anderson, W. E. Mussman, James C. Conner, Elisabeth Zoller, Julius Kaplan, Marvin J. Colangelo, John F. Murphy, R. Shuman,
  • Personal Correspendence, 1984; Contains signatures, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, newspaper clippings/photocopies, envelopes, highlights, pamphlets, Correspondents include: Hernan Felipe Errazuriz, Monroe Leigh, William J. Flather, III, George H. Aldrich, Parking and Traffic - American University, W. Richard Mason, Photoduplication Service - Library of Congress, Sidney Picker, Jr., John Hanley, Henry A. Kissinger, S. L. Gidden, Ronald A. Jacks, Brice M. Clagett, Richard Wilberforce, Peter D. Trooboff, Michael Axelrod, Marsha T. Rogers, Holly A. Nelson, Mark E. Ellis, Dante B. Fascell, Friedrich Schwank, Wally Brooks, Gillian Jones, John Ritchie, Gerald M. Finkel, Phillip I. Blumberg, William H. Berman, Heribert Golsong, Jeffrey H. Smith, Raymond J. Waldmann, Rodric Braithwaite, Hitchcock Shoes, Inc.
  • Personal Correspondence, 1994; Contains signatures, photocopies, revisions, Correspondents include: Mark Warner, Monroe Leigh, Chris T. Antoniou, Henry T. King, Jr., Stuart H. Deming, Richard C. Allison, Sabine Schlemmer-Schulte, Transamerica Occidental Life Insurance Company, Ted Meron, Jennifer Schwebel, Lowell Satler, Aetna Life Insurance Co., Glenn Sedam, Liza Phillips, Budget Rent-A-Car, Roger Warin, Mary Keane, Euro-Motor, Nations Bank
  • Personal Correspondence, Jan - June 1995; Contains handwritten notes, signatures, markup, post-it notes, photocopies, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, William H. Webster, Sir Adam Bulter DL, Alex Morrison, William C. Mott, Howell Raines, Antonio Cassese, Conrad K. Harper, Selena J. Linde, Elizabeth A. Snodgrass, Eugene H. Matthews, Frank W. Swacker, University Press of Virginia, Daniel J. Meador, Lawrence Collins, Marcia Warren, David C. Gill
  • Personal Correspondence, Aug - Dec 1995; Contains handwritten notes, highlights, photocopies, transcriptions, signatures, appraisal of applicant for Georgetown University Law Center, Correspondents include: Alan K. Simpson, Edward M. Kennedy, Monroe Leigh, Timothy Clancy, David Ibbeken, Admissions Club - Cosmos Club, Fiona A. Brophy, Francisco Orrego Vicuna, Ernest C. Mead, Jr., Mr. Klemens and Mrs. Betty von Klemperer, Paul Ure, James Crawford, John Norton Moore, Albert R. Turnball, James Milligan, Jennifer Schwebel, John Wesley, Malcolm R. Wilkey, University of Virginia - Printing and Copying Services, Joseph M. Sweeney, John W. Heffernan, Hume Boggis-Rolfe, Stephen M. Schwebel, Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Thomas J. Nicastro
  • Personal Corresopndence, Jan - June 1996; Contains signatures, handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Theodor Meron, Detlev Vagts, John J. Dugard, James Crawford, Wolfson College Cambridge Properties Limited, Charles N. Brower, Mr. John and Mrs. Barbara Moore, Roberts B. Owen, Charles M. Mathias, Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Gerog Ress, Yuji Iwasawa, Hannah Scott, Gordon Johnson, Eli Lauterpacht, Anna Ascher, Chairman - Membership Committee - American Law Institute, Judah Best, Robert H. Craft, Jr., Sebastian Alegrett, Elliot L. Richardson, Andy Mayer, Jennifer Schwebel, Dean of Admissions - Harvard Law School, Dean of Admissions - New York University School of Law, Dean of Admissions - National Law Center - The George Washington University, Dean of Admissions - The Washington College of Law - The American University, Dean of Admissions - Vanderbilt University - School of Law, Louis Henkin, Thomas M. Franck, Louis Sohn, Robert K. Goldman, Jonathan Charney, Edith Brown-Weiss, John N. Moore, Dean of Admissions - College of Arts and Sciences - University of Virginia

Box 51:

  • Personal Correspondence, Aug - Dec 1996; Contains signatures, handwritten notes, notifications, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Rollin Amore, Theodor Meron, Detlev Vagts, Charles Brower, Walter and Sara - Wolfson College, Lise - Hewlett-Packard, Professor J. Dugard, Andrew C. Mayer - Woflson College, Helene Cohen - The American Law Institute, Branch Manager - Citicorp, George C. Freeman, Visa First Card, Geico - Auto Insurance Renewal Questionnaire, David, Elizabeth F. Leigh, Auto Rental Insurance, Ms. Snyder, Department of Financial Services - County of Loudoun, Hower Bowie, Lawrence Collins, Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Edward M. Leigh, Jr., G. E. Capital Insurance Services Group, Al Rubin, Delta Skymiles Center, Kevin Olivera, Howard E. Hensleigh, Richard Lillich, Maija S. Blauberga
  • Personal Correspondence, Jan - March 1997; Contains signatures, newspaper photocopies, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Dr. A. Vaughan and Sally Lowe, Fadi Makki, Jack L. Goldsmith, Lord Richard Wilberforce, Denis Dejersey-Lowney, Rolan Amore, Thomas N. Connally, Jennifer Raney, Mary Druce, Carol Rhees, Paul H. Dulaney, Jr., James E. Edmunds, Brussells Family, Theodor Meron, Wolfson College, Edward M. Leigh, Jr., Thomas P. Nigra, Mrs. Glen Howard, Henry McFarland, Malcolm N. Shaw, Frank Dawson, Clive DuVal, Social Security Administration, Treasurer - Loudoun County, Paul Lovejoy, Marion Barry, Catherine Kessedjian, John Dugard, James Crawford, Cambridge Friends of Development Office, VISA World Access Service Corporation, GE Capital Insurance Services Group, Charlene Barshefsky, Frank Griffith Dawson, Clint N. Smith, State Street Bank & Trust Company
  • Personal Correspondence, April - Dec 1997; Contains signatures, newspaper photocopies, tax and revenue information, handwritten notes, registration photocopies, Who's Who in America photocopy, Correspondents include: Madeline K. Albright, Monroe Leigh, Mary Leigh, Edward M. Leigh, Jr., The New York Review of Books, Moore, Clemens & Co., Inc., Roland Amore, Todd Kern, Charles Jones, Stephen M. Schwebel, Harry G. Barnes, Jr., Eli Lauterpacht, Department of Financial Services - County of Loudoun, John F. Murphy, Bob Jones, Ted Meron, Virginia G. Watkin, The Admissions Committee - Cosmos Club, Patrick Coyne, Roy Hamlin Johnson, Time Life Books, Mileage Plus First Card, Jennifer L. Krieger, Hertz International, Forte-Agip Hotel, Eleanor D. Acheson, Shara L. Aranoff, Dr. A. Vaughn and Mrs. Sally Lowe, Michael Scharf, Jeremy P. Carver, Lord and Lady Wilberforce, Julia Draper, Patricia McGinnis, David T. Link, Thomas D. Grant, Barbara Stone, Cairo Robb, Raymond Shafer, Gianni Manca, Andrew C. Mayer, Amerigas, Misha Meijers, Calvin H. Cobb, Jr., Meineke Hotel, Verena Weinstabl, Christopher R. Wall, Secretary - Board of Governors - Metropolitan Club, Michael D. Sandler, Thelma Guerra, Dr. h. c. M. Necati Munir Ertekun, Jessica T. Matthews, Denis Dejersey-Lowney, Francisco Orrego Vicuna, John Waters, Douglass C. Crummett, Christian R. Bartholomew, Christina M. Deane, Jonathan M .Beart, Leslie Douglas, John Shattuck, Brice Clagett, Heffers Booksellers, Jane Edmonds Penner, Ernest C. Mead, Jr, M. Cherif Bassiouni, Cally Jordan, William Fugate, Ian Brownlie, James Crawford, William D. Denson, Mr. Hillen, Jennifer Raney, Charles Maechling, Jr.,
  • Personal Correspondence, 1998; Contains signatures, newspaper photocopies, Correspondents include: Frank Sieverts, Monroe Leigh, Mrs. William D. [Huschi] Denson, Constance A. Morella, Lord Richard Wilbeforce, Edwin Williamson, Charles L. McCormick, III, James [Jimmie] and Sylvia Symington, E. Ralph Coon, Jr., Malcolm R. Wilkey, The Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs, F.L.P. [Peter] and Jeanne White, Edward M. Leigh, Jr., Charles Jones, Edgar A. Prichard, Thomas N. Connally, Rollin Amore, Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Bartram S. Brown, Robert Scott, Secretary - Board of Governors - Chevy Chase Club, James E. Edmunds, Jennifer Raney, Michael C. G. Dunner, Yuji Iwasawa, Henry A. Kissinger, Nicholas Grace, William Brewer, Sara Marley, Tedson J. Meyers, Admissions Committee - Cosmos Club, Charles Jones, Moore Clemens & Company, Inc., Jack Chorowsky, Alexander Leigh

Subseries B: University of Virginia Law School Seminar

  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1964; Sensitive material - Grades, contains roster (handwritten) with attendance, course materials and outlines, correspondence, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, 13 students including R. P. Borsody, D. F. Carlson, W. M. Dickey, B. H. Hill, E. P. Humann, R. W. Klein, B. L. Lau, W. P. Maloney, J. T. Martin, R. Minshall, J. H. Riggs, R. K. Rudolph, Meemmery, Correspondents include: Edward A. Mearns, Jr., Monroe Leigh, Hardy C. Dillard, Virginia Haith, N. Thompson Powers, John Rehm, L. H. Rhinelander, Christopher A. Leventis, Frances Farmer, Lindsey Cowen, Paul J. Jenkins, Weldon Cooper, Edgar F. Shannon, Jr.
  • Legal Problems of Foreign Trade, 1965; Contains roster (handwritten) with attendance, course materials and outlines, correspondence, looseleaf notes, newspaper clippings, handwritten notations, 12 students including Beard, Bruce, Crawford, Garofalo, Haskell, Hemschoot, Lamberton, Logan, McAllister, Piassick, Raiser, Ranom, Correspondents include: The West Publishing Company, C. Victor Raiser, II, Paul J. Hemschoot, Jr., Claude Crawford, Virginia Haigh, W. Robert Beard, Galbreath E. Palmer, Richard E. Speidel, Hardy C. Dillard, Mason Willrich, Frances Farmer, Roger F. Noreen, Peter W. Low, Edgar F. Shannon, Jr., Thomas S. Currier, Bevin Alexander, Murray Belman, L. H. Rhinelander, Izaak Glasser, Edward A. Mearns, Jr.,
  • Legal Problems of Foreign Trade, 1966; Sensitive material - Grades, Contains roster (handwritten) with attendance, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, correspondence, 7 students including Deddish, Haith, Hsia, Kennedy, Lang, Perce, Hausen, Correspondents include: Charles R. Titus, Monroe Leigh, Mason Willrich, Robert H. Knight, Murray Belman, Robert Perce, Frank L. Hereford, Jr., Hardy C. Dillard, Michael R. Deddish, Jr., James C. Conner
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1967; contains roster (handwritten) with attendance, correspondence, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, 12 students including R. E. Bresler, G. G. Davis, R. S. Davis, D. M. DeWilde, S. S. Dye, D. S. Fitzpatrick, W. P. Macht, G. Palmer, G. K. Stewart, M. Sullivan, F. T. Tuttle, T. C. Williams, correspondents include: Frances Farmer, Monroe Leigh, Hardy C. Dillard, Virginia Haigh, David M. DeWilde, Murray Belman, Peter Manson, Robert S. Davis, Carrol D. Hammer, William P. Macht, Stuart S. Dye, D. S. Fitzpatrick, G. G. Davis, G. Palmer, R. F. Loving, William E. Miller, David E. Plymire, Peter W. Low

Box 52:

  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1968; Sensitive material - Grades, contains roster (handwritten) with attendance, correspondence, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, newspaper clippings, looseleaf notes, 13 students including G. D. Best, Ralph C. Bresler, S. W. Faber, L. Goetz, J. S. Hannon, W. W. Kirtley, E. A. Kratovil, S. Lengthaisong, J. D. Mollica, W. R. Pearson, W. Taylor Reveley, III, K. T. Watson, Sheppard, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Taylor Reveley, III, Virginia Haigh, Ralph C. Bresler, Murray J. Belman, James Evans, William H. Weiland, Mason Willrich, David E. Plymire, G. D. Best, Peter C. Manson, Board Head Inn, William E. Miller, R. F. Loving, James C. Conner, James G. Evans, Jr., Frances Farmer, Peter Low, Frank L. Hereford, Jr.,
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1969; Sensitive Material - Grades, contains roster with attendance, correspondence, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes, 9 students including W. J. Beerworth, M. R. Bromley, H. E. Jennings, J. L. McDougal, Miss Susan M. Sharpley, Randolph W. Urmston, William H. Weiland, Maj. Stanley J. Glod, P. T. Zieman, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, H. Lane Kneedler, Virginia Haigh, Roy G. Bowman, Alexandre Kafka, Susan Sharpley, Jan Chowaniec, R. F. Loving, Randolph W. Urmston, William H. Weiland, Shelby J. Conley, John Rhinelander, Harry E. Jennings, Jr., Hazel Key, William C. Hill, Farmington Country Club, William E. Miller, Frances Farmer, Jerome Stone, Peter W. Low, Little Brown and Company, Maj. Stanley J. Glod, Mason Willrich, Frank L. Hereford, Jr., Monrad G. Paulsen, Hardy C. Dillard
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1970; Contains roster with attendance, correspondence, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, 9 students including R. M. Glenn, W. H. Heritage, L. E. Leonoff, S. B. MacDonald, Alastair K. Maxwell, Marshall V. Miller, J. A. Mullins, J. M. Naboco, R. C. White, Correspondents include Virginia Haigh, S. B. MacDonald, Alastair K. Maxwell, Marshall V. Miller, Frances Farmer, William G. Christopher, H. Lane Kneedler, Monrad G. Paulsen, Peter C. Manson
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1971; Contains roster with attendance, correspondence, newspaper clippings, looseleaf notes, course materials and outlines, handwritten notations, 12 students including Beninati, Boswell, Cowles, Gearhart, Harper, Holland, Lemmer, Macleod, John A. McVickar, L. Thomas Galloway, Nicklin, Correspondents include: Virginia Haigh, Monroe Leigh, L. Thomas Galloway, William D. Broderick, John A. McVickar, William V. Lawson, Robert D. Wallick, William E. Miller, Alice Crane, The Colonnade Club, H. Lane Kneedler, The Dean's Office, Monrad G. Paulsen
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1972; Contains roster with attendance, course materials and outlines, correspondence, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, 9 students including Capt. Royal Daniel, Col. John Jay Douglass, Dennis Fenwick, David Goodman, Roger H. Hull, Louis Verbeke, John Hardin Young, Leonard L. McCants, Mrs. Dulcey Fowler, Correspondents include: John H. Young, Monroe Leigh, Roger H. Hull, Stanley D. Metzger, Virginia Haigh, Leonard L. McCants, Charles Runyon, III, Col. John Jay Douglass, Capt. Royal Daniel, Louis Verbeke, Frances Farmer, Alexandre Kafka, Monrad G. Paulsen
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1973; Contains roster with attendance, course materials and outlines, correspondence, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, newspaper clippings, 7 students including Margaret Ashby, P. B. Fitzpatrick, J. E. Hadley, David Patton Parker, A. Pillet, John M. Skonberg, Patrick Vaghi, Correspondents include: John Skonberg, Monroe Leigh, Virginia Haigh, Frank G. Robertson, H. Lane Kneedler, J. Dapray Muir, J. E. Hadley, Paul P. Streeten, David Patton Parker, Alice Crane, William E. Miller, J. M. Skonberg, R. F. Loving, S. Margeton, B. Esau, Margaret S. Taylor, Monrad G. Paulsen
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1974; Sensitive material - Grades, Contains roster with attendance, course materials and outlines, correspondence, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, 7 students including Barry, Halkyard, Raymond Hanzlik, Kyld, Wayne Smith, Whitman, Richard de Wilde, correspondents include: Virginia Haigh, Richard (Dick) de Wilde, Murray J. Belman, H. Lane Kneedler, Betty Esaue, Monroe Leigh, Farmington Country Club attn: Alice Crane, William E. Miller, Mary Frye, Frances Farmer, Henry C. Ikenberry, Richard Frank, Rayburn Hanzlik, Alexandre Kafka, R. F. Loving, Mrs. Barnett, Marian R. Macbeth, Ray C. Hunt, Jr., Monrad G. Paulsen
  • Legal Problems of International Trade, 1975; Contains memos, course materials and outlines, Correspondents include Monrad Paulsen, Morton Pomeranz, Monroe Leigh, Mr. Mickey, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Plaine, Timothy Atkeson, H. Lane Kneedler, Chester R. Titus
  • International Trade, 1978; Sensitive material - Grades, taught with Royal Daniel, correspondence, roster with attendance, memos, course materials and outlines, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, 12 students including Ann Marie Anawaty, Robert Arkin, Debra Bowen, David Brown, M. C. Cramer, Daniel Duval, Patrick Hamilton, Helen Kelley, Randall Kirk, Vicki Marmostein, Kenneth Peoples, Henry Stopford, Correspondents include: Royal Daniel, Monroe Leigh, Richard B. Lillich, Virginia Haigh, Vicki E. Marmorstein, Debra L. Bowen, Daniel Duval, Carole Smith, David S. Brown, Jon Hines, Lane Kneedler, Robert D. Arkin, Betty Esau, Philip Stopford, Henry C. Ikenberry, Alice Crane, Colonnade Club, Chester R. Titus, Larry B. Wenger

Box 53:

  • International Trade, 1979; Sensitive material - Grades, taught with Alexandre Kafka, Contains Harvard Law School pamphlet and letter re: Functions and Procedures of the Visiting Committees (1975 - 76), photocopies, articles, roster with attendance, correspondence, memos, course materials and outlines, evaluations, envelopes, looseleaf notes, handwritten notations, 13 students including Anthony Anderson, Wild Chang, G. Rich Eiselt, Peter Hartog, Frances Henderson, Orlan Lee, Tom McDonald, Bryan Parker, Daniel Rhoads, Gilles Sion, Charles Tribbett, Tim Woodhouse, Douglas Woodworth, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Detlev F. Vagts, Peter Hartog, Alexandre Kafka, Dean Spies, Robert Lillich, Paul Johnson, Betty Esau, H. Lane Kneedler, Virginia Haigh, Orlan Lee, Douglas C. Woodworth, Mary Jo White, Gilles Sion, Royal Daniel, Debra L. Bowen, Larry B. Wenger, Carole Smith, Colonnade Club, West Publishing Company
  • International Trade, 1980; Sensitive material - Grades, taught with Alexandre Kafka, Contains roster with attendance, memos, course materials and outlines, signatures, handwritten notations, correspondence with faculty and students, looseleaf notes, 11 Students including: Ziad A. Al-Sudairy, David J. Carol, Jon P. Cramer, Milan Ganik, Michael M. Gondwe, Jo Ann Miles, Frederic C. Rich, Dennis Bisong Tambe, W. Gary Vause, Roger B. Wagner, Daniel Zavala, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Hugh Smith, Virginia Haigh, Lane Kneedler, David Carol, Milan Ganik, Law Council, Elizabeth Lowe, Jo Ann Miles, Roger Wagner, Colonnade Club, Daniel Zavala
  • International Trade, 1981; Offered Spring 1981 with Alexandre Kafka of the IMF, Contains memos, course planning materials, handwritten notes, Correspondents include: Monroe Leigh, Alexandre Kafka, Elizabeth B. Lowe, Lane Kneedler, Royal Daniel, Bettie Hall
  • International Trade, 1982; Sensitive material - Grades, Contains memos, roster with attendance, course materials and outlines, signatures, handwritten notations, looseleaf notes, evaluations, envelopes, correspondence with faculty and students, newspaper articles photocopies, 13 students including: Ellen Cone, Jim Croker, Michael Dalton, Hazen Dempster, Joyce Elden, Amelia C. Fawcett, Edmond M. Ianni, Ken Lee, Wendell Maddrey, Richard P. Merski, Elizabeth Springer, D. Karen Troy, Peter Adler, Correspondents include: Elizabeth B. Lowe, Lane Kneedler, Monroe Leigh, Paul Stephan, Ed Ianni, S. S. Reddy, Virginia Haigh, Kenneth Lee, Hazen H. Dempster, Richard Merski, Carole Milks, Alexandre Kafka, Bettie H. Hall, John H. Jackson

Subseries C: University of Virginia Student Materials

Box 54:

  • [International Law Notebook]? ca. 1941 - 1947;Contains a couple of pages of handwritten notes. Added to collection / Donated in 2005. Student Notebook - Contracts [Dillard], Quiz and Exam [Sep - Dec] 1941, 1946
  • Student Notebook - Torts 1, Term Paper [Buckler] [Sep - Dec] 1941
  • Law Student Notebook - Torts 2 Jan - March 1942
  • Law Student Notebook - Equity (Glenn, Virginia Procedure (Nash) [March] - June 1942, March - June 1946
  • Law Student Notebook - Criminal Law, Legal History (summer session, Wed - Sat) & Legal History Exam [1941], July - Sept. 1942

Box 55:

  • Law Student Notebook - Contracts [Dillard], Securities [Glenn] 1942, Sep - Oct 21, 1942
  • Law Student Notebook - Admiralty [White] Sept - Dec 1942
  • Law Student Notebook - Conflict of Laws Sept - Dec 1942
  • Law Student Notebook - Evidence Feb - June 1946
  • Law Student Notebook - Corporate Finance, Legal History Summer 1946

Box 56:

  • Contracts Paper - In the Supreme Court of the State of Minor Corn Husk Co. v. Universal Pig-Sty Assoc. Dec 1941 - Feb 1942
  • Warranty Deed, Quitclaim Deed 1945, 1946
  • Law Student Notes - Constitutional Law ca. 1964
  • Law Student Notes - Contracts, Arbitration ca. 1941 - 1946
  • Law Student Notes, [Creditors' Rights], Glenn ca. 1946
  • Law Student Notes - Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure ca. 1946
  • Law Student Notes - Foreign Commercial Transactions [ca. Sept - Dec] 1946
  • Law Student Notes - Virginia Constitution and Statutes RE: Militia ca. 1946
  • Lectures on Trial Practice Court by Oscar W. Underwood, Jr. 1946

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