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Ivan Cate Rutledge Edit Profile

arbitrator , legal educator

Ivan Cate Rutledge was American legal educator, arbitrator. Bar: Georgia 1946, Washington 1951, Ohio 1966.

Background

Rutledge, Ivan Cate was born on December 24, 1915 in White Pine, Tennessee, United States. Son of Wiley Blount and Tamsey (Cate) Rutledge.

Education

Bachelor, Carson-Newman College, 1934. Master of Arts, Duke University, 1940. Bachelor of Laws, Duke University, 1946.

Master of Laws, Columbia University, 1952.

Career

Assistant professor of law, Mercer U., Macon, Georgia, 1946-1947;from assistant professor to professor of law, University Washington, Seattle, 1947-1954;professor of law, Indiana U., Bloomington, 1954-1963;professor of law, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1963-1979;dean, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1965-1970;Walter F. George professor of law, Mercer U., Macon, since 1979;professor emeritus, Mercer U., Macon, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Bar: Georgia 1946, Washington 1951, Ohio 1966.

Connections

Children: Ann, Thomas Carroll.

father:
Wiley Blount Rutledge

mother:
Tamsey (Cate) Rutledge

child:
Ann Rutledge

child:
Thomas Carroll Rutledge