Strober authors article on impact of Penn event on state’s legal history
Fred Strober, a member of Saul Ewing’s Real Estate Practice based in the firm’s Philadelphia office, authored this article explaining the significance of the 1900 Bar Dinner celebrating the opening of University of Pennsylvania’s new law school in Philadelphia. In the article, Fred details some of the individuals who were in attendance such as U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan, William Howard Taft, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and John G. Johnson. The article notes how these men evolved over the years and how their paths later crossed making for some of the most significant events in legal history.
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