Earl F. Rose

Earl F. Rose

Position: 

Lecturer and Professor of Medicine

Biographical Information

Earl F. Rose held a bachelor's degree from Yankton College, a medical degree from University of Nebraska, and a legal degree from Southern Methodist University.  He was a lecturer and professor of pathology.  He is well-known as the medical coroner in Dallas at the time of John F. Kennedy's assassination who tried (and failed) to conduct an autopsy on the president.  He came to the University of Iowa in 1968 and was a lecturer in the law school until 1974. He died in 2012.

Publications

Books

Earl F. Rose, Law in Medical Practice: Sourcebook of Medical Jurisprudence (University of Iowa 1971)

Articles

Earl F. Rose, "A Pragmatic Approach to Medical Evidence and the Lawsuit," 5 U. Tol. L. Rev. 237 (1974)
Earl F. Rose, "A Pragmatic Approach to Medical Evidence and the Lawsuit," 5 U. Tol. L. Rev. 237 (1973-1974)
Earl F. Rose, "The Medical Expert and the Law," 16 S.D. L. Rev. 1 (1971)
Earl F. Rose, "Criminal Responsibility and Competency As Influenced by Organic Disease," 35 Mo. L. Rev. 326 (1970)
Earl F. Rose, "Medical-Legal Problems from the Point of View of an Attorney-Physician," 14 Student Law. J. 30 (1968-1969)