Archive for September, 2008

This isn’t exactly earth-shattering news, but the web pages for the Brandeis Papers collection at UofL have been updated. The law school’s web site got a face lift about a year and a half ago, but since I was responsible for the Brandeis portion of the site, it was left the way it was. The […]


Written in 1984, Philippa Strum’s Louis D. Brandeis: Justice For the People still stands as the definitive Brandeis biography. When Laura Rothstein was Dean at the Law School here at the University of Louisville, she was so taken with the book, she used to give copies of it away to visitors. The latest issue of […]


Considering that Brandeis’ “Right to Privacy” is one of the most famous law review articles, it was surprising for me to discover that he only wrote a handful of other articles. (The majority of his published writing was made up of speeches, Supreme Court opinions and magazine articles.) The Summer 2008 issue of Green Bag […]