Clarke, Jack G.
Clarke, Jack G.; Martin, Peter W.
From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Peter W. Martin; the videographer, Michael D'Estries. This video covers Jack G. Clarke's law school experience and subsequent career in law and business. (Duration 1:01:23) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.
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Cornell Law School
Clarke, Jack G.; Hofstra University; Choice of Cornell Law School; Decision to study law; Curtiss, W. David; Library reading room; Stevens, Robert S.; Farnham, William H.; Warren, Ernest N.; Whiteside, Horace E.; Schlesinger, Rudolf B.; Business law for business students; Ward, Peter; Raised by mother; Legal education paid for by mother; Mulvaney, Laura (taught during war years); New York Law Revision Commission; Cornell Law Quarterly; Dayton, Douglas Ettershank; Note editor; Harvard Law School, LLM; International program; Brewster, Kingman, Jr.; Preparing case study; Memorandum comparing programs at Cornell and Harvard; Dean, Arthur H.; Sullivan & Cromwell; International anti-trust case arising out of FTC report on “oil cartel”; Working with Standard Oil people; Decision that he didn’t like moving from one client matter to another; Creole Petroleum Corp., Standard Oil Affiliate; Caracas, Venezuela; Law department, Standard Oil; Middle East negotiations; Movement back and forth between law department and management; General Counsel; Dealing with different customs and business practices; Exxon Valdez oil spill; Libya; Harrison, Otto, Exxon cleanup manager; Aspen Institute; Carnegie Corporation; New York Philarmonic; Center for International and Strategic Studies; NAACP Legal Defense Fund; Vision behind his gifts to the law school; Clarke, Dorothea S.; Clarke, David D.; “They Can’t Find Anything Wrong”; Clarke, Doug
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