Volume 7, 2013
Judge Oscar Hersh Davis (1914-1988) of the U.S. Court of Claims and the Federal Circuit was known for his intellect and love of the law. We open this issue of the Journal of the Federal Circuit Historical Society with a biographical article on Judge Davis by former law clerk Lynn Eccleston, who provides insights into the views and legal style that guided his decisions and opinions. She also gives a revealing glimpse into some of the philosophical differences among the judges that shaped the dynamic early life of the Federal Circuit.
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