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The George Finch Collection at the Georgetown Law Library is a collection of documents, correspondence, photographs, and other material related to the careers of George Finch and James Brown Scott.  Finch and Scott were major influences in the field of International Law as this burgeoning genre gained traction in the U.S. after World War I.  Their work and research ultimately led to the establishment of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Hague Academy of International Law, and the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, and the drafting of the Bricker Amendment.  Together they greatly expanded the study of International Law.

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