Charles McGuffey Hepburn (b.1858; d.1929) was Indiana University School of Law’s fifth Dean, serving in that position from 1918 to 1925. Born in Virginia, Hepburn received his A.B. degree from Davidson College in North Carolina in 1878 where he was valedictorian of his class. He received his LL.B. from the University of Virginia in 1880 and a LL.D. from Miami University in 1907. Hepburn practiced law in the Cincinnati area from 1891 until 1903, at which time he became a member of the Indiana University School of Law faculty. Upon the completion of his deanship he remained a member of the law school faculty until his death in 1929.

Listed below are some of Dean Hepburn’s writings. For a complete list of Charles Hepburn's writings click here. Also listed below are writings about Charles Hepburn, along with miscellaneous materials related to Hepburn.


Writings by Dean Charles Hepburn


A New Development in Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn


The Inns of Court and Certain Conditions in American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn


Book Review: A Selection of Cases on the Law of Pleading Under Modern Codes, Charles M. Hepburn


University's Professional Schools Ranked Among Best, Wiiliam A. Rawles, Barton D. Myers, and Charles M. Hepburn


Practice Court Work, Charles M. Hepburn