Millard S. Breckenridge

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Position: 

Assistant Professor

Biographical Information

Millard S. Breckenridge received his Ph.B. from the University of Chicago in 1917, followed by a law degree from Yale in 1918.  He served as an assistant professor at Iowa from 1922 to 1924.  He also taught law at Case Western Reserve, University of North Carolina, and UC-Hastings.  The University of North Carolina bestows an honor called the Millard S. Breckenridge Award for excellence in the study of taxation.

Publications

Books

E. C. Willis & M. S. Breckenridge, North Carolina Workmen's Compensation Act Annotated, with Amendments and Decisions to July 1, 1935, Including Rules of the Commission, Opinions of the Attorney General and a Compensation Citator (North Carolina Industrial Commission 1935)

Articles

M. S. Breckenridge & W. S. Ingram, "Motor Bus Competition with Established Carriers," 9 Iowa L. Rev. 268 (1923)