Byron White and the Supreme Court
University of Chicago Law Professor Dennis Hutchinson talked about the life of Associate Justice Byron White. Justice White served on… read more
University of Chicago Law Professor Dennis Hutchinson talked about the life of Associate Justice Byron White. Justice White served on the U.S. Supreme Court for 31 years, but before his appointment in 1962 he was a college and professional football player earning a great deal of national media attention in the early twentieth century. Mr. Hutchinson looked at how Byron White’s early celebrity shaped his career on the Court.
“Byron White & the Supreme Court: We Learned That in Wellington” was part of the History Colorado 2011-2012 lecture series, held at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Denver. close
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