Renaissance Lawman

The Education and Deeds of Eliot H. Lumbard
 
 
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • erschienen am 12. Februar 2020
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  • 464 Seiten
 
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details the life, education, and public service career of Eliot Howland Lumbard. A lawyer, who most of his life, lived and worked in Manhattan and whose legal career spanned more than fifty years beginning in the early 1950s. Lumbard is easily identified as a for having gained considerable expertise in the operations of the political and justice systems, and for proceeding to capitalize on this knowledge to become both an advocate and initiator of progressive reforms for criminal justice. His contributions on behalf of public safety have been largely forgotten but throughout this intriguing biography Martin Alan Greenberg successfully juxtaposes many of Lumbard's professional activities with many of the major historical developments and challenges of his time. The chronicled events emphasize what motivated the people in his generation to behave as they did since the world today is a much different place than what Americans were experiencing in the first three decades after WW II. Cultural and technological changes have combined to make our present-day world quite different from over a half-century ago. proves to be especially rewarding to a wide-range of readers interested in police work, criminal justice history, public service leadership, and legal ethics. There are no other comparable books on the market. Lumbard certainly had a unique legal career and his impactful contributions have seldom, if ever, been duplicated - even if his contributions, on behalf of public safety, have been largely forgotten.
  • Englisch
  • USA
28 Halftones, black and white
  • 5,55 MB
978-1-5381-3659-1 (9781538136591)
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By Martin Alan Greenberg
Foreword Preface Chapter 1: Introduction: An Overview Chapter 2: Growing Up in Fairhaven, Massachusetts Chapter 3: Merchant Marine Officer Training Chapter 4: Midshipman and Merchant Marine Ship's Officer Chapter 5: Pursuit of Higher Education and Family Chapter 6: Federal Prosecutor Chapter 7 Chief Counsel Chapter 8:: The Governor's Representative: Part One Chapter 9: The Governor's Representative: Part Two Chapter 10: The Crime Control Book Project Chapter 11: The New York City Police Foundation Chapter 12: Teaching at John Jay College Chapter 13: Crime Control Consultant Chapter 14: American Merchant Marine History Project Chapter 15: The Legacy of a Renaissance Lawma Author's Research Note List of Abbreviations

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