Maurice James Holland (b. 1936) joined the faculty of the Indiana University School of Law in 1973 and served twice (1984-85 and 1986) as Acting Dean. Holland received his A.B. (1958) from Yale and then a M.A. (1961), a J.D. (1966), a LL.M. (1970), and a Ph.D. (1980) from Harvard. From 1966 to 1969 he was an associate at the Boston law firm Herrick, Smith, Donald, Farley & Ketchum. He then spent three years as a Teaching Fellow at the Harvard School of Law before arriving at Indiana. In 1986 he became the Dean of the University of Oregon School Of Law. He stepped down as Oregon's Dean in 1992 and continued teaching until his retirement in 2008.

Listed below are some of Holland's writings. For a complete list of Maurice J. Holland's writings click here. Also listed below are writings about Maurice Holland, along with miscellaneous materials related to Holland.

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Writings by Dean Maurice Holland

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A Hurried Perspective on the Critical Legal Studies Movement: The Marx Brothers Assault the Citadel, Maurice J. Holland

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Dean's Message, Maurice J. Holland

Writings about Dean Maurice Holland

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Holland Named Acting Dean

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Search for New Law Dean Begins Again, Laurie Goldberg

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Former Deans: Where Are They Now?

Misc. Materials related to Dean Maurice Holland

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Maurice Holland (photograph)

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Phase II Funds Please Officials, Mark Schutte

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Trustees Award Construction Contracts; Holland to be Acting Law Dean, John Fancher

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Law Services to Move During School Renovation, Rebecca Ammon-Stetson

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Strike Stalls Construction at IU Law School, Courtney G. Leatherman

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Future 'Clearing' for IU Observatory, Brian McCoy