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The Extraordinary Career of David L. Cohen” is the scholarly paper submitted by Miranda Salomon 3L to fulfill requirements of the The Legal Oral History Project seminar. The paper was the result of an interview with David L. Cohen L’81 conducted at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll in December 2001. The videotape and transcript from the interview
are available to the public in the Biddle Law Library at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The Legal Oral History Project at Penn Law School was started in 1998 under the codirectorship of legal historian and
Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon and Edwin Greenlee, Associate Director for Public Services at Biddle. The goal was to record and preserve first-person narratives of graduates and members of the Penn Law community in a history archive for use by scholars of the evolution of the legal profession. The Legal Oral History Project begins with a seminar taught by Professor Gordon and Greenlee, which trains students in the theory and practice of oral history.

 

 
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