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Legal oral history project, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Biddle Law Library

Label
Legal oral history project, 1999-
Title
Legal oral history project
Statement of responsibility
University of Pennsylvania Law School, Biddle Law Library
Inclusive dates
1999-
Title variation
  • Penn legal oral history project
  • Oral legal history project
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Each session in this dynamic and growing archive preserves events and memories of Penn alumni and professors. The archive underlines the historical continuity and institutional memory of the school
Action
cataloged
Biographical or historical data
The oral history project is a collaborative effort of faculty, librarians, and students to record and preserve first person statements of members of the Penn law community. The seminar is taught by Professor Sarah Gordon and Law Library Associate Director Edwin Greenlee
Cataloging source
PU-L
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  • 1955-
  • 1950-
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  • Gordon, Sarah Barringer
  • Greenlee, Edwin J.
  • Biddle Law Library
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  • Lawyers
  • Lawyers
  • Law schools
Label
Legal oral history project, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Biddle Law Library
Instantiates
Note
Each session includes a printed transcript of the interview, in addition to a biography of the interviewee. Most sessions include a video tape or CD_ROM of the interview and a computer disk of the transcript. Many sessions also include preliminary correspondence, related background research, and an index to the videotape or CD_ROM
Contents
  • v. 1. Change and struggle: professor Regina Austin, University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 2. Gilbert F. Casellas -- v. 3. Interview with the Honorable Stewart Dalzell -- v. 4. Chief Justice Deborah Poritz -- v. 5. Oral legal history with professor Curtis R. Reitz -- v. 6. Chief Justice E. Norman Veasey: leadership and professionalism -- v. 7. A guiding sense of self in the legal forum: Judge Harvey Bartle, Federal District Court, Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania -- v. 8. Judith Bernstein-Baker: the makings of a public interest attorney -- v. 9. Allen D. Black, law '66 -- v. 10. Interview with Frank Carano -- v. 11. State Representative Lita Indzel Cohen
  • v. 12. Interview with Myer Feldman -- v. 13. Justice Randy J. Holland, Delaware Supreme Court -- v. 14. Prof. John O. Honnold: Schnader Professor of Commercial Law Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania -- v. 15. Prof. Alan M. Lerner -- v. 16. An interview with Arthur Makadon -- v. 17. Leslie Reid Price -- v. 18. Interview with Henry T. Reath: University of Pennsylvania Law School, L.L.B., 1948 -- v. 19. Interview with Mary Catherine Roper, J.D. 1993 -- v. 20. Sherrie R. Savett -- v. 21. Interview with Jerome J. Shestack: honorary fellow, University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • v. 22. The bridge builder: Myles Tanenbaum, 1957 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 23. The final test of a leader...the Honorable Michele Tuck-Ponder: former mayor of the township of Princeton, New Jersey -- v. 24. Clinton Bamberger -- v. 25. Interview with Manlin Maureen Chee -- v. 26. The evolution of a feminist attorney: the life and times of Rhonda Copelon -- v. 27. Andre Dennis, Esq.:oral legal history interview -- v. 28. Rudolph J. Di Massa, Jr. -- v. 29. Millard Farmer: death penalty litigator and social agitator -- v. 30. Kenneth Hansen: partner, Chadbourne & Parke, Penn Law Class of 1983
  • v.31. A lifetime of constructive activism: a profile of William R. Klaus for the oral legal history project -- v. 32. The influence of one civil rights lawyer on immigration law: an interview of Ira Kurzban -- v. 33. Hans Loeser -- v. 34. Donald Millinger, Esq., Penn Law School class of 1979 -- v. 35. The Honorable Louis Heilprin Pollak -- v. 36. Transcript: interview with Justice Cruz Reynoso -- v. 37. Interview of honorary fellow, Eli Rosenbaum: Director, Office of Special Investigations -- v. 38. Morris M. Shuster: a Penn perennial, W '51, L '54 -- v. 39. Bruce Terris: a public servant through the decades -- v. 40. Interview of the Honorable Flora Barth Wolf, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas -- v. 41. A selfless champion in the struggle for women's right: Dr. Azizah Y. al-Hibri, professor of law, University of Richmond Law School
  • v. 42. Anita Allen-Castellitto: a true success story -- v. 43. Charlotte A. Lacroix, DVM, JD: determination, committment and adventure -- v. 44. [Professor David Arthur Skeel, Jr.] -- v. 45. Thomas J. Allingham II, Esq.: partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, former adjunct professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 46 Dean Janice L. Austin -- v. 47. Behind the camera: a personal look at the life of Renee Chenault-Fattah -- v. 48. Interview of Aretha Delight Davis -- v. 49. Tikkun olam: David Ferleger's never ending quest to help the weak and vulnerable -- v. 50. The Honorable Bruce W. Kauffman
  • v. 51. Judge Mary A. McLaughlin -- v. 52. Interview of Dean Derek Meeker -- v. 53. Alfred W. Putnam, Jr. -- v. 54. Interview of Robert C. Sheehan, Esq. -- v. 55. Interview with Jo-Ann M. Verrier -- v. 56. Living a life of purpose: an interview with Cynthia E. White -- v. 57. Interviewee: Matthew L. Biben -- v. 58. Interview with Catherine C. Carr: an inspirational life of unwavering devotion to social activism -- v. 59. creating a public service powerhouse: how Judy Bernstein-Baker and Susan Feathers made Penn Law's public interest program the leader in the pack -- v. 60. Trusted in Bankruptcy: the career of Leon S. Forman and the rise of American bankruptcy
  • v. 61. Career as a calling: Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon -- v. 62. Balancing act: the life and career of Lawrence Truman Hoyle, Jr., Esquire -- v. 63. Perla M. Kuhn, LLM '62 -- v. 64. Interview with Mike Levy, chief of computer crimes at the U.S. Attorney's Office -- v. 65. Diana Liu: first female Asian-American partner in Philadelphia -- v. 66 [Robert A. Marchman, Esq.] -- v. 67. Herbert F. Schwartz -- v. 68. Dedication and devotion to Pennsylvania: an interview with Tim Carson -- v. 69. Anita DeFrantz: a champion in & out of the water -- v. 70. Vernon Francis -- v. 71. Ira Genberg: an American dream -- v. 72. Hector Gonzalez, Esq., Mayer, Brown & Maw -- Partner, New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board-chairman -- v. 73. The Honorable Steven P. Perskie
  • v. 74. An interview with professor Wendell Pritchett -- v. 75. Henry S. Schleiff: University of Pennsylvania C'70, L'73 -- v. 76. Ward L. Smith -- v.77. J. Michael Farrell -- v.78. Joanne Denworth -- v.79. Edward S.G. Dennis, Jr. -- v.80. Peter Edelman -- v.81. Howard Gittis -- v.82. Gene E.K. Pratter--v.83. Phyllis W. Beck--v.84. James Nevels.--v.85. Angus Robert Love -- v.86. A. Raymond Randolph -- v.87. Glen A. Tobias -- v.88. Richard B. Price -- v.89. Leo E. Strine -- v.90. Penny Ellison -- v.91. John W. Nields, Jr. -- v.92
System control number
01-A0
Type of unit
interview sessions
Label
Legal oral history project, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Biddle Law Library
Note
Each session includes a printed transcript of the interview, in addition to a biography of the interviewee. Most sessions include a video tape or CD_ROM of the interview and a computer disk of the transcript. Many sessions also include preliminary correspondence, related background research, and an index to the videotape or CD_ROM
Contents
  • v. 1. Change and struggle: professor Regina Austin, University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 2. Gilbert F. Casellas -- v. 3. Interview with the Honorable Stewart Dalzell -- v. 4. Chief Justice Deborah Poritz -- v. 5. Oral legal history with professor Curtis R. Reitz -- v. 6. Chief Justice E. Norman Veasey: leadership and professionalism -- v. 7. A guiding sense of self in the legal forum: Judge Harvey Bartle, Federal District Court, Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania -- v. 8. Judith Bernstein-Baker: the makings of a public interest attorney -- v. 9. Allen D. Black, law '66 -- v. 10. Interview with Frank Carano -- v. 11. State Representative Lita Indzel Cohen
  • v. 12. Interview with Myer Feldman -- v. 13. Justice Randy J. Holland, Delaware Supreme Court -- v. 14. Prof. John O. Honnold: Schnader Professor of Commercial Law Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania -- v. 15. Prof. Alan M. Lerner -- v. 16. An interview with Arthur Makadon -- v. 17. Leslie Reid Price -- v. 18. Interview with Henry T. Reath: University of Pennsylvania Law School, L.L.B., 1948 -- v. 19. Interview with Mary Catherine Roper, J.D. 1993 -- v. 20. Sherrie R. Savett -- v. 21. Interview with Jerome J. Shestack: honorary fellow, University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • v. 22. The bridge builder: Myles Tanenbaum, 1957 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 23. The final test of a leader...the Honorable Michele Tuck-Ponder: former mayor of the township of Princeton, New Jersey -- v. 24. Clinton Bamberger -- v. 25. Interview with Manlin Maureen Chee -- v. 26. The evolution of a feminist attorney: the life and times of Rhonda Copelon -- v. 27. Andre Dennis, Esq.:oral legal history interview -- v. 28. Rudolph J. Di Massa, Jr. -- v. 29. Millard Farmer: death penalty litigator and social agitator -- v. 30. Kenneth Hansen: partner, Chadbourne & Parke, Penn Law Class of 1983
  • v.31. A lifetime of constructive activism: a profile of William R. Klaus for the oral legal history project -- v. 32. The influence of one civil rights lawyer on immigration law: an interview of Ira Kurzban -- v. 33. Hans Loeser -- v. 34. Donald Millinger, Esq., Penn Law School class of 1979 -- v. 35. The Honorable Louis Heilprin Pollak -- v. 36. Transcript: interview with Justice Cruz Reynoso -- v. 37. Interview of honorary fellow, Eli Rosenbaum: Director, Office of Special Investigations -- v. 38. Morris M. Shuster: a Penn perennial, W '51, L '54 -- v. 39. Bruce Terris: a public servant through the decades -- v. 40. Interview of the Honorable Flora Barth Wolf, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas -- v. 41. A selfless champion in the struggle for women's right: Dr. Azizah Y. al-Hibri, professor of law, University of Richmond Law School
  • v. 42. Anita Allen-Castellitto: a true success story -- v. 43. Charlotte A. Lacroix, DVM, JD: determination, committment and adventure -- v. 44. [Professor David Arthur Skeel, Jr.] -- v. 45. Thomas J. Allingham II, Esq.: partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, former adjunct professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School -- v. 46 Dean Janice L. Austin -- v. 47. Behind the camera: a personal look at the life of Renee Chenault-Fattah -- v. 48. Interview of Aretha Delight Davis -- v. 49. Tikkun olam: David Ferleger's never ending quest to help the weak and vulnerable -- v. 50. The Honorable Bruce W. Kauffman
  • v. 51. Judge Mary A. McLaughlin -- v. 52. Interview of Dean Derek Meeker -- v. 53. Alfred W. Putnam, Jr. -- v. 54. Interview of Robert C. Sheehan, Esq. -- v. 55. Interview with Jo-Ann M. Verrier -- v. 56. Living a life of purpose: an interview with Cynthia E. White -- v. 57. Interviewee: Matthew L. Biben -- v. 58. Interview with Catherine C. Carr: an inspirational life of unwavering devotion to social activism -- v. 59. creating a public service powerhouse: how Judy Bernstein-Baker and Susan Feathers made Penn Law's public interest program the leader in the pack -- v. 60. Trusted in Bankruptcy: the career of Leon S. Forman and the rise of American bankruptcy
  • v. 61. Career as a calling: Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon -- v. 62. Balancing act: the life and career of Lawrence Truman Hoyle, Jr., Esquire -- v. 63. Perla M. Kuhn, LLM '62 -- v. 64. Interview with Mike Levy, chief of computer crimes at the U.S. Attorney's Office -- v. 65. Diana Liu: first female Asian-American partner in Philadelphia -- v. 66 [Robert A. Marchman, Esq.] -- v. 67. Herbert F. Schwartz -- v. 68. Dedication and devotion to Pennsylvania: an interview with Tim Carson -- v. 69. Anita DeFrantz: a champion in & out of the water -- v. 70. Vernon Francis -- v. 71. Ira Genberg: an American dream -- v. 72. Hector Gonzalez, Esq., Mayer, Brown & Maw -- Partner, New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board-chairman -- v. 73. The Honorable Steven P. Perskie
  • v. 74. An interview with professor Wendell Pritchett -- v. 75. Henry S. Schleiff: University of Pennsylvania C'70, L'73 -- v. 76. Ward L. Smith -- v.77. J. Michael Farrell -- v.78. Joanne Denworth -- v.79. Edward S.G. Dennis, Jr. -- v.80. Peter Edelman -- v.81. Howard Gittis -- v.82. Gene E.K. Pratter--v.83. Phyllis W. Beck--v.84. James Nevels.--v.85. Angus Robert Love -- v.86. A. Raymond Randolph -- v.87. Glen A. Tobias -- v.88. Richard B. Price -- v.89. Leo E. Strine -- v.90. Penny Ellison -- v.91. John W. Nields, Jr. -- v.92
System control number
01-A0
Type of unit
interview sessions

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