This collection consists of various oral history projects. Oral History are recordings of interviews with interviews who participated or observed past events that are need as an aural record for future generations.
The Collection has two focus. First being the Women Trailblazer Project. This project is a comprehensive collection of oral histories of women who entered the legal profession during 1970’s as told by women who lived it. The Women Trailblazers Collection was originally created and organized by the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession.
Second focus is oral history relating to the institutional history of Stanford Law School. Each interview is conducted by an interviewer who has ask a series of questions to the interviewee about their first-hand experience about their personal history, how they came to Stanford Law School, and the changes and events of Stanford Law School took place .
Identifier Number: LAW-158
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Robert Crown Law Library
Stanford, CA 94305-8610
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