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Adler v. Board of Education (docket #: 8) (1952)  [Findlaw]

Secondary Link Adler v. Board of Education  [Legal Information Institute]
Argument Date 01/03/1952
Decided 03/03/1952
Supreme Court Vote 6-3
Supreme Court Ruling The Court finds no constitutional infirmity in § 12-a of the Civil Service Law of New York or in § 3022 of the Education Law.
Majority Opinion Minton, J.
Dissenting Opinion Black, J., & Frankfurter, J, & Douglas, J.
Lower Court District Court for the District of Columbia (3-judge court)
Lawyers
For Petitioner
Osmond K. Fraenkel

For Respondent
Michael A. Castaldi

For Amicus
Wendell P. Brown, Solicitor General

Briefs
For Petitioner
Arthur Garfield Hayes

For Respondent
Denis M. Hurley, Seymour B. Quel, Daniel T. Scannell and Bernard Friedlander

For Amicus
American Civil Liberties Union

Nathaniel L. Goldstein, Attorney General, and Ruth Kessler Toch, Assistant Attorney General

Opinion - Lower Court
Thompson v. Wallin, 301 N. Y. 476, 95 N. E. 2d 806
News
"Jansen Suspends 4 Teachers, Clerk," November 21, 1952, p. 13
Illson, Murray, "2 More Teachers to be Ousted Here," New York Times, October 17, 1952, p. 16
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