The Catholic University of America
Law Faculty

G. Graham Waite – Professor Emeritus

No photo availableG. Graham Waite, Professor Emeritus — B.S., 1947, LL.B., 1950, S.J.D., 1958, University of Wisconsin; Attorney, Private Practice, 1950–51; Attorney, United States Atomic Energy Commission, 1952–53; Attorney, Navy Department, 1954–56; Graduate Fellow, University of Wisconsin School of Law, 1956–57; Instructor, The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, 1957–59; Assistant Professor, University of Buffalo School of Law, 1959–60, Associate Professor, 1960–62; Professor, University of Maine School of Law, 1962–66; Research Associate, University of Wisconsin School of Law, 1965–66; Professor, The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, 1966–93; Visiting Professor, University of Arkansas School of Law, 1970–71; Visiting Professor, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary, 1978–79.




A Four-State Comparative Analysis of Public Rights in Water. Madison, Wis: Department of Law, University Extension, University of Wisconsin, 1967.


"Let's Abolish the Rule Against Perpetuities." Real Estate Law Journal 21 (Summer 1992): 93.

"Long-Term Lease as an Alternative to Home Ownership: A Proposal." Urban Law Annual 15 (1978): 199.

"Nineteenth Century Dams and Twentieth Century Problems: Commentary on a Statutory Solution." Maine Law Review 28, no. 2 (1977): 419.

"Problems of National Land Use Planning." Catholic University Law Review 20 (Summer 1971): 702.

"Ransoming the Maine Environment." Maine Law Review 23 (1971): 103.

"Jacob Beuscher Symposium: 'Beneficial Use of Water in Riparian Jurisdiction.'" Wisconsin Law Review 1969, no. 3 (1969): 864.

"Governmental Power and Private Property." Catholic University Law Review 16 (June 1967): 283.

"International Joint Commission: Its Practice and Its Impact on Land Use." Buffalo Lawyer 13 (September 1963): 93.

"Official Map and the Constitution in Maine." Maine Law Review 15 (1963): 3.

"Public Rights in Indiana Waters." Indiana Law Journal 37 (June 1962): 467.

"Nonresidential Urban Renewal in New York." Buffalo Law Review 10 (December 1961): 265.

"Symposium: Water Rights and Uses: 'Pleasure Boating in a Federal Union.'" Buffalo Law Review 10 (March 1961): 399.

"Land Use Controls and Recreation in Northern Wisconsin." Marquette Law Review 42 (December 1959): 271.

"Dilemma of Water Recreation and a Suggested Solution: Their Relation to the Northwest Ordinance, the State Constitution and the Trust Doctrine." 1958 Wisconsin Law Review (July 1958): 542.

"Public Rights to Use and Have Access to Navigable Waters." 1958 Wisconsin Law Review (May 1958): 335.