May 2011 Archives
May 19, 2011
Written by Jessica Lydon, Archives Intern. A leading figure in the history of Penn Law, the Philadelphia legal community, and the law profession at large, A. Leo Levin served as the Leon Meltzer Professor of Law for forty years, eventually receiving... read more!
May 11, 2011
Many of us are familiar with government search engines such as GPO Access, launched in June 1994, where the Government Printing Office provided electronic access to collections of official federal documents produced by the three branches of government. GPO Access'... read more!
May 6, 2011
Written by Zev Fagin, Special Collections Assistant.A leading scholar of United States and comparative insolvency law, Samuel L. Bufford currently teaches as a Distinguished Scholar in Residence at The Dickinson School of Law at Penn State. He recently retired from the... read more!
May 2, 2011
Written by Megan Good, Archives Intern.Wharton Professor George W. Taylor was not only a notable teacher and scholar, but also a significant figure in the labor relations industry. The “Father of American Arbitration” graduated from Penn with his B.A. in... read more!