Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Schouler, James
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SCHOULER, JAMES, an American lawyer; born in Arlington, Mass., March 20, 1839; was graduated at Harvard University in 1859; admitted to practice at the Massachusetts bar in 1862; and in the Supreme Court of the United States in 1867; became Professor of Law in Boston University and lecturer at Johns Hopkins University. He published “The Law of Domestic Relations”; “The Law of Bailments”; “The Law of Personal Property”; “Law of Wills”; “Americans of '76” (1905): and “Ideals of the Republic” (1908).