Paul Vories McNutt (b.1891; d.1955) was Indiana University School of Law’s sixth Dean, serving from 1925 until 1933. Born in Franklin, Indiana, and raised in Martinsville, McNutt received his A.B. from Indiana University in 1913. He then attended Harvard University where he received his LL.B. in 1916. He joined the faculty of the Indiana University School of Law in 1919. McNutt left the law school in January of 1933, upon being elected Governor of the State of Indiana. After serving as Governor McNutt held several federal positions, including High Commissioner of the Philippines (1937-39 & 1945-46); Federal Security Administrator (1939-45); Chairman of the War Manpower Commission (1942-45); and Ambassador to the Philippines (1946-47). Listed below are some of Dean McNutt's writings. For a complete list of Paul McNutt's writings click here. Also listed below are writings about Paul McNutt, along with miscellaneous materials related to McNutt.
Writings by Dean Paul McNutt
The Triumvirate of the Profession of the Law, Paul V. McNutt
Report of Committee on Education, Paul V. McNutt
Writings about Dean Paul McNutt
Paul McNutt, the Sensation of the Chicago Convention, Robert E. Barton Allen