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Lon Luvois Fuller

educator

Lon Luvois Fuller, American educator. award American Philos. Member Massachusetts bar; Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Order of Coif.

Background

Fuller, Lon Luvois was born on June 15, 1902 in Hereford, Texas, United States. Son of Francis Bartow and Mary Salome (Moore) Fuller.

Education

Student of University California, 1919-1920. Bachelor of Arts, Stanford, 1924, Juris Doctor, 1926.

Career

; children—Francis Brock, Cornelia. Married second, Marjorie D. Chapple, November 5, 1960. Instructor law U. Oregon Law School, 1926-1928, University of Illinois College Law, 1928-1931.

Professor of law Duke U., 1931-1940. Visiting professor law Harvard University, 1939-1940, professor of law, 1940-1948, Carter professor jurisprudence, from 1948, emeritus, to 1978.

Works

  • Author: The Law in Quest of Itself, 1940. The Morality of Law, 1964. Legal Fictions, 1967.

    Anatomy of the Law, 1968.

Membership

Member Massachusetts bar. Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Order of Coif.

Connections

Married Florence Gail Thompson, August 11, 1926 (deceased.; married second, Marjorie D. Chapple, November 5, 1960. Children: Francis Brock, Cornelia.

father:
Francis Bartow Fuller

mother:
Mary Salome (Moore) Fuller

spouses:
Florence Gail Thompson

Marjorie D. Chapple

children:
Francis Brock Fuller

Cornelia Fuller