Louis D. Brandeis: Advocate Before and On the Bench

  title={Louis D. Brandeis: Advocate Before and On the Bench},
  author={Melvin Irving Urofsky},
  journal={Journal of Supreme Court History},
  • M. Urofsky
  • Published 1 March 2005
  • History, Law
  • Journal of Supreme Court History
On January 3, 1916, members of the Chicago Bar Association listened attentively as one of the country's best‐known attorneys and reformers rose to speak to them. No one in the audience, not even their guest of honor, knew that within a few days the President of the United States would nominate him to become a member of the United States Supreme Court. In his speech that day, Louis Dembitz Brandeis spelled out his views on the problems confronting law in a rapidly changing society, and placed… 
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