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Irving Browne, American lawyer.

Background

Browne, Irving was born on September 14, 1835 in Marshall, New York, United States. Son of Lewis C. and Harriet (Hand) Browne.

Education

Read law, Hudson, New York, 1853. Graduate Albany Law School, 1857.

Career

Admitted to New York State bar, 1857. Practiced law, Troy, New York, 1857-1878. Editor Albany Law Journal, 1879-1893.

Professor criminal law and law of domestic relations Albany Law School, 1879-1893. Teacher Buffalo Law School, 1893-1896. Lecturer Cornell Univercity, also in Boston.

Librarian New York Supreme Court, Buffalo, 1896. Author: Humorous Phases of the Law, 1876. National Bank Cases, Federal and State Courts, 1878-1880.

Elements of Criminal Law, 1892. In the Track of the Bookworm (collection of verse), 1897. Short Studies in Evidence, 1897.

Translator Racine’s Les Plaideurs, 1871. Editor New York Reports, volumes 16-100. Ruling Cases; American Reports: Decisions Courts of Last Resort of the Several States, volumes 28-60.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Humorous Phases of the Law, 1876. National Bank Cases, Federal and State Courts, 1878-1880. Elements of Criminal Law, 1892.

      In the Track of the Bookworm (collection of verse), 1897. Short Studies in Evidence, 1897. Translator Racine’s Les Plaideurs, 1871.

      Editor New York Reports, volumes 16-100. Ruling Cases

    • American Reports: Decisions Courts of Last Resort of the Several States, volumes 28-60.

Connections

Married Miss Clark, 1858. Married second, Lizzie B. Ferris, 1894.

father:
Lewis C. Browne

mother:
Harriet (Hand) Browne

spouses:
Miss Clark

Lizzie B. Ferris