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21 Loy. L. Rev. 803 (1975)
A Tribute to Dr. Brendan F. Brown

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Volume 21, Number 4, 1975
A. E. Papale*
Brendan Francis Brown, Professor of Law Emeritus of the Loy-
ola University School of Law, was born in Sioux City, Iowa, on
October 19, 1898. He attended Creighton University, where he
earned an A.B. degree in 1921 and an LL.B. degree in 1924. He then
attended The Catholic University of America where he received an
LL.M. degree in 1925, a J.U.B. degree and a J.U.L. degree in 1926
and a J.U.D. degree in 1927. Subsequently, he earned the degree of
a Doctor of Philosophy in Law from Oxford University in 1932 and
then attended Harvard University Law School as a special law re-
search student in 1937-38.
Dr. Brown was admitted to the practice of law in Nebraska in
1924; the District of Columbia in 1925; the Supreme Court of the
United States, The Court of Claims and the United States Court of
Customs and Patent Appeals in 1939. He was engaged in research
as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General in the Department
of Justice in 1946 and was Chief of the Opinions and Regulations
Section of the Post Office Department in 1948. He served also as
Juridical Consultant to the Chief of Prosecution of the International
Military Tribunal for the Far East, War Crimes Trial, in Tokyo,
Japan, from 1946-48.
Dr. Brown's long and distinguished career as a teacher began
at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was an in-
structor in English, History and Latin from 1921-23. His next teach-
ing position was as an instructor in law at The Catholic University
of America, Washington, D.C., in 1926-27. After returning from Ox-
ford University, Dr. Brown resumed teaching at The Catholic Uni-
versity of America as an instructor in law in 1932. He was promoted
to Associate Professor of Law and served as Acting Dean at The
Catholic University of America from 1942-46. He achieved the rank
of Professor of Law in 1946 and served as Dean and Professor of Law

* Dean of the School of Law of Loyola University 1951-1970.

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