Charles N. Gregory

Charles N. Gregory

Position: 

Dean of Law

Biographical Information

Charles N. Gregory earned his bachelor's and legal degrees from University of Wisconsin. After many years in private practice in Wisconsin, he became associate dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1894, serving until 1901.  In 1901, he became dean of University of Iowa College of Law, and served in that position until 1911. As dean, he oversaw the introduction of the new three-year course of instruction, as well as the law school's move from the Old Capitol building to a dedicated law building. 

He left Iowa for George Washington University Law School, where he served as dean until 1914. His work focused on international law. He died in 1932.

Publications

Books

Charles N. Gregory, The Manufacture and Sale of Munitions of War (U.S. Navy 1916)
Charles N. Gregory, Neutrality and Arms Shipment (Darling 1915)
Charles N. Gregory, Aviation as Affecting the Judicial Settlement of International Disputes (Washington, D.C. 1910)
Charles N. Gregory, A Question of International Law in the Deportation of Aliens (W. Green & Sons 1906)
Charles N. Gregory, Civil Service Reform in American Municipalities (Iowa City 1905)

Articles

Charles N. Gregory, "Neutralization of the Aaland Islands," 17 Am. J. Int'l L. 65 (1923)
Charles N. Gregory, "International Labor Organization of the League of Nations," 15 Am. J. Int'l L. 42 (1921)
Charles N. Gregory et al., "Report of the Committee of International Law," 6 A.B.A. J. 451 (1920)
Charles N. Gregory et al., "Report of the Committee on International Law," 5 A.B.A. J. 386 (1919)
Charles N. Gregory et al., "Report of the Committee on International Law," 4 A.B.A. J. 388 (1918)
Charles N. Gregory et al., "Report of the Committee on International Law," 3 A.B.A. J. 428 (1917)
Charles N. Gregory, "Right of the Master and Crew of a Captured Ship to Effect Her Rescue," 11 Am. J. Int'l L. 315 (1917)
Charles N. Gregory et al., "Report of the Committee on International Law," 2 A.B.A. J. 415 (1916)
Charles N. Gregory, "Neutrality and the Sale of Arms," 10 Am. J. Int'l L. 543 (1916)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Sale of Munitions of War by Neutrals to Belligerents," 60 Annals Am. Acad. Pol. & Soc. Sci. 183 (1915)
Charles N. Gregory, "Contributions and Requisitions in War," 15 Colum. L. Rev. 207 (1915)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Effect of War on the Operation of Statutes of Limitation," 28 Harv. L. Rev. 673 (1914-1915)
Charles N. Gregory, "Report of the Committee on International Law," 21 Yale L.J. 193 (1911-1912)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Doctrine of Continuous Voyage," 24 Harv. L. Rev. 167 (1910-1911)
Charles N. Gregory, "Past and Present of the Association of American Law Schools," 32 Annu. Rep. A.B.A. 869 (1909)
Charles N. Gregory, "History and Estimate of the Association of American Law School," 19 Yale L.J. 17 (1909-1910)
Charles N. Gregory, "Interest on Debts Where Intercourse Between Debtor and Creditor Is Forbidden by a State of War," 25 L. Q. Rev. 297 (1909)
Charles N. Gregory, "The New Society of Public Teachers of Law in England and Wales," 2 Am. L. Sch. Rev. 288 (1906-1911)
Charles N. Gregory, "Great Judicial Character Roger Brooke Taney," 18 Yale L.J. 10 (1908-1909)
Charles N. Gregory, "Proposed International Prize Court and Some of Its Difficulties," 2 Am. J. Int'l L. 458 (1908)
Charles N. Gregory, "Samuel Freeman Miller," 17 Yale L.J. 422 (1907-1908)
Charles N. Gregory, "Expropriation by International Arbitration," 24 Int'l L. Ass'n Rep. Conf. 29 (1907)
Charles N. Gregory, "Expropriation by International Arbitration," 21 Harv. L. Rev. 23 (1907-1908)
Charles N. Gregory, "Federal Treaties and State Laws," 6 Mich. L. Rev. 25 (1907-1908)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Recent Controversy as to the British Jurisdiction over Foreign Fishermen more than Three Miles from Shore: Mortensen v. Peters," 1 Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. 410 (1906-1907)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Study of International Law in Law Schools," 2 Am. L. Sch. Rev. 41 (1906-1911)
Charles N. Gregory, "Question of International Law in the Deportation of Aliens," 18 Jurid. Rev. 121 (1906-1907)
Charles N. Gregory, "The American Lawyers and Their Making," 14 Am. Law. 147 (1906)
Charles N. Gregory, "Privileges of Ambassadors and Foreign Ministers," 3 Mich. L. Rev. 173 (1904-1905)
Charles N. Gregory, "Locus of Sales C.O.D.," 4 Colum. L. Rev. 541 (1904)
Charles N. Gregory, "Some Problems of International Law," 14 Yale Law Journal 82 (1904-1905)
Charles N. Gregory, "Jurisdiction over Foreign Ships in Territorial Waters," 2 Mich. L. Rev. 333 (1903-1904)
Charles N. Gregory, "Jurisdiction over Foreign Ships in Territorial Waters," 21 Int'l L. Ass'n Rep. Conf. 93 (1903)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Law of Blockade," 12 Yale L. J. 339 (1903)
Charles N. Gregory, "Sir Samuel Romilly and Criminal Law Reform," 15 Harv. L. Rev. 446 (1901-1902)
Charles N. Gregory, "The State of Legal Education in the World," 23 Annu. Rep. A.B.A. 459 (1900)
Charles N. Gregory, "The State of Legal Education in the World," 34 Am. L. Rev. 841 (1900)
Charles N. Gregory, "Completion of Contracts by Mail or Telegraph," 48 Am. L. Reg. 354 (January to December 1900)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Alaska Boundary Question," 25 Law Mag. & Rev. Quart. Rev. Juris. 5th ser. 173 (1899-1900)
Charles N. Gregory, "Bentham and the Codifiers," 13 Harv. L. Rev. 344 (1899-1900)
Charles N. Gregory, "Government by Injunction," 11 Harv. L. Rev. 487 (1897-1898)
Charles N. Gregory, "Wage of Law Teachers," 14 L. Q. Rev. 34 (1898)
Charles N. Gregory, "The Wage of Law Teachers," 20 Annu. Rep. A.B.A. 511 (1897)
Charles N. Gregory, "Some Aspects of the Law of Libel Applicable to Newsdealers," 45 Am. L. Reg. 377 (January to December 1897)
Charles N. Gregory, "Movement in English Legal Education," 10 Harv. L. Rev. 418 (1896-1897)
Charles N. Gregory, "American Lawyers and Their Making," 31 Am. L. Rev. 177 (1897)