|Title:||Addendum to the Papers of Jeffrey O'Connell [e]|
|Parent Collection:||The Papers of Jeffrey O'Connell|
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Collection Description & Arrangement
This collection contains miscellaneous correspondence files from 1963 - 1987.
Biographical & Historical Information
Jeffrey O'Connell is a specialist in accident and insurance law and co-author of the principal work that proposed no-fault insurance. Most recently O'Connell has designed an "early offers" plan where businesses facing personal injury lawsuits could promptly pay injured parties for out-of-pocket medical expenses and lost wages.
After O'Connell graduated from Harvard Law School, he was a trial lawyer in Boston with the firm of Hale & Dorr. He came to Virginia in 1980 after 16 years at the University of Illinois. He also has taught at the University of Iowa and has been a visiting professor at Northwestern, the University of Michigan, Southern Methodist University, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Washington, and Oxford and Cambridge universities in England. He was the recipient of Guggenheim fellowships in 1973 and 1979. In 1989 he was the Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow at Downing College, Cambridge University and, in 1991, the John Marshall Harlan Visiting Distinguished Professor at New York Law School. In 1992 he received the Robert B. McKay Award for Tort and Insurance Scholarship from the American Bar Association.
O'Connell has served on the board of directors of Consumers Union, the Educational Advisory Board of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, and the Medical and Safety Committee of the NCAA.
Since 1966 he has written or co-written 12 books dealing with accident law, published dozens of articles on tort and insurance law, and lectured extensively throughout the United States and the world.
|Donor Information||This addendum to the Papers of Jeffrey O'Connell was donated to the Law Library in late 1988 by Jeffrey O'Connell.|
- 1985; ACOG Handouts: August '85 Meeting
- 1975-76, 1982; Aerospace Industries Association [2 folders]
- 1977-78; Beech Aircraft
- 1963-64; Consultative Panel
- 1982; Cooney Project 1972-76; Elective No-Fault: Diary
- 1970; European Travel Expenses
- 1965-82; Faculty Reports re JO'C
- 1971, 1973; J.K Galbraith Book Review by JO'C
- 1979, 1981-82; Grants
- 1979-80; Guggenheim
- 1985-86; Holtom, Robert
- 1984; Hospital Corp. of America [M/M Conference]
- 1982, 1985-86; House of Truth
- 1971; The Injury Industry: Marketing
- 1971; The Injury Industry: UI Press Edition
- 1971; Israel Trip [May 15-26, 1971]
- 1966-67; Kemper Insurance Co. Workshop and Statements of Expenses
- 1978; Kemper Insurance Companies
- 1958, 1966, 1968, 1977-78; Lawsuit Lottery: Free Press Misc.
- 1971, 1979; Lawsuit Lottery: Marketing
- 1977-78; Lawsuit Lottery: Misc.
- 1966; Marcus, Rudy
- 1982-83; Marsh and McLennan
- 1969; Medical: J. O'Connell
- 1974-78; Medical Malpractice: Michigan [2 folders]
- 1984; Newborn Screening MS: ABA
- 1986; No-Fault: Washington Monthly
- 1983; Pain and Suffering History
- 1982; Pennsylvania No-Fault 1967; Press Releases
- 1985; Press Releases: Offers
- 1985-87; Quebec
- 1975, 1977, 1980; Recreational Injuries
- 1981-83; Ruedlinger: Sports Injuries, Misc.
- 1985; Speaking Engagements: Expenses
- 1987; Speaking Engagements: Old Material
- 1977; Today Show n.d.; Torts Notes 1973,
- 1980; Torts Notes, Extra Class Notes [2 folders]
- 1979; Two-Year Law School
- 1979; Two-Year Law School [clippings]
- 1964-79; University Matters [Illinois]
- 1966; White House Ceremony
- 1966-78; Writing Ideas [8 folders]
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Papers of Jeffrey O'Connell, MSS 84-3e, Box Number, Special Collections, University of Virginia Law Library
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