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Other Background on the History of Stanford Law School
Over the years, several pieces have appeared on covering the history of the Law School, including the below.
Other Background on Faculty
Several articles have appeared over the years in Stanford Law Review and Stanford Lawyer that provide narrative background on specific faculty members.
Background Available in GitHub Repository
The following are available in PDF form in the "Other Background" folder of the GitHub repository. Some are redundant with the links above.
- “A Brief History of Stanford Law School 1893-1946” by Marion Kirkwood and William Owens.
- “Legal Legacies: A Brief History of the Stanford Law School” by Howard Bromberg
- “Our Professor, The President: A little known story of how a President of the United States helped launch Stanford Law School” by Howard Bromberg
- “The Making of a Law School: Lofty goals, a hammer-wielding leader, and a measure of serendipity helped bring Stanford Law School into being” by Howard Bromberg
- “Who Stole the President’s Wine?” by Howard Bromberg
- “A Brief History of Stanford Law School” from the 1968 Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Yearbook