American jurist; born in New York Jan. 30, 1864; attended gymnasia at Dresden and Frankfort-on-the-Main, and the universities of Berlin and Heidelberg, receiving from the latter the degree of J.U.D., and later, from Columbia University, New York, the degree of Ph.D.

Freund was lecturer on administrative law at Columbia University (1892-93); instructor, assistant professor, and associate professor of jurisprudence and public law at the University of Chicago (1894-1902), and is now (1903) professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School. He has published "The Legal Nature of Corporations" (1897), and contributed to the "Political Science Quarterly," the "Harvard Law Review," and the "American Law Review."

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