Jerre S. Williams

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Position: 

Instructor

Biographical Information

Jerre Williams earned a bachelor's degree from University of Denver in 1938, and a legal degree from Columbia University in 1941. He was a member of the faculty at University of Iowa College of Law from 1941 to 1942. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Air Force. After the war, he taught briefly at University of Denver Law School. In 1946 he joined the law faculty at University of Texas, where he spent the rest of his teaching career. He was appointed to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1980. He served on the bench until the time of his death in 1993.

Publications

Books

Thomas E. Baker & Jerre S. Williams, Constitutional Analysis in a Nutshell (Thomson/West 2003)
Jerre S. Williams, Our Freedoms: Rights and Responsibilities (University of Texas Press 1985)
Jerre S. Williams, ed., Labor Relations and the Law (Little, Brown, 1965)
Jerre S. Williams, The Supreme Court Speaks (University of Texas Press 1956)
Jerre S. Williams, Cases and Materials on Employee's Rights (Hemphill's 1952)

Articles

Jerre S. Williams, "Dean James O. Freedman: A Personal Tribute," 130 U. Pa. L. Rev. 280 (1981-1982)
Jerre S. Williams, "Securing Fairness and Regularity in Administrative Proceedings," 29 Admin. L. Rev. 1 (1977)
Jerre S. Williams, "Council Submits Comments on Proposed Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Food and Drug Administration," 28 Admin. L. Rev. 103 (1976)
Jerre S. Williams, "Chairman's Message," 28 Admin. L. Rev. [v] (1976)
Jerre S. Williams, "Chairman's Report," 28 Admin. L. Rev. [xxxv] (1976)
Jerre S. Williams, "Chairman's Message," 27 Admin. L. Rev. [xxiii] (1975)
Jerre S. Williams, "An Evaluation of Public Participation," 24 Admin. L. Rev. 49 (1972)
Jerre S. Williams, "Interim Report of the Administrative Conference of the United States," 21 Admin. L. Rev. 491 (1968-1969)
Jerre S. Williams, "Problems Confronting the Administrative Conference," 21 Admin. L. Rev. 11 (1968-1969)
Jerre S. Williams, "Mulkey v. Reitman and State Action," 14 UCLA L. Rev. 26 (1966-1967)
Jerre S. Williams, "A Critique of the Constitution and Job Discrimination," 39 Wash. L. Rev. 96 (1964)
Jerre S. Williams, "A Critique of the Constitution and Job Discrimination," 39 Wash. L. Rev. 96 (1964)
Jerre S. Williams, "Stability and Change in Constitutional Law," 17 Vand. L. Rev. 221 (1963-1964)
Jerre S. Williams, "Settlement of Labor Disputes in Industries Affected with a National Interest," 49 A.B.A. J. 862 (1963)
Jerre S. Williams, "Twilight of State Action," 41 Tex. L. Rev. 347 (1962-1963)
Jerre S. Williams, "The Parliamentary Privilege Limitation on Freedom to Criticize the British House of Commons," 42 Tex. L. Rev. 1 (1963)
Jerre S. Williams, "Freedom to Speak--But Only Ineffectively," 38 Tex. L. Rev. 373 (1959-1960)
Jerre S. Williams, "Teaching the Labor-Management Relations Act in the Basic Labor Law Course," 10 J. Legal Educ. 69 (1957-1958)
Jerre S. Williams, "Report of the Special Committee on the Federal Loyalty-Security Program of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York," 18 Ohio St. L.J. 283 (1957)
Jerre S. Williams, "Political Liberties of Labor Union Members--In Conclusion," 33 Tex. L. Rev. 617 (1954-1955)
Jerre S. Williams, "The Labor Dispute Disqualification--A Primer and Some Problems," 8 Vand. L. Rev. 338 (1954-1955)
Jerre S. Williams, "Political Liberties of Labor Union Members," 32 Tex. L. Rev. 826 (1953-1954)
Jerre S. Williams, "Compulsory Settlement of Contract Negotiation Labor Disputes," 27 Tex. L. Rev. 587 (1948-1949)