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Herbert A. Smith

Author Code: EHAS

Born: Aug. 4, 1885 - Basti, India

Died: Apr. 16, 1961 - Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland

Educated at Cheltenham College and St. John's College, Oxford, Smith graduated in 1908 and was appointed Chancellor's Essayist the following year. In 1911, he received his master's degree and then proceeded to study law at the Inner Temple in London. He was admitted to the bar and practised chancery law for a time. He was named a Fellow of Oxford in 1911 and was appointed law tutor of Magdalen College. He held this position until 1919, apart from four years military service during the First World War. He then moved to Canada where he became professor of Constitutional Federal Law at McGill University in Montreal. In 1920, he published The American Supreme Court as an International Tribunal, a work for which he is best-remembered. Smith was a member of the Royal Commonwealth Society. From 1935to 1939, he was a lecturer at the Royal Naval War and Staff Colleges in Greenwich. He finished his career as Professor of International Law and Professor Emeritus at the University of London. In addition to his many articles in law journals, his works include The Law of Associations, Corporate and Unincorporate (1914), Federalism in North America (1923), The Economic Uses of International Rivers (1931), Great Britain and the Law of Nations (1932), The Crisis of the Law of Nations (1947) and The Law and Custom of the Sea (1948).

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