Gerald Gunther

Gerald Gunther

Gerald Gunther was a prominent constitutional law scholar and a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School from 1962 until his death in 2002. Gunther was among the twenty most widely cited legal scholars of the 20th century, and his 1972 'Harvard Law Review' article, "The Supreme Court, 1971 Term Foreword: In Search of Evolving Doctrine on a Changing Court: A Model for a Newer Equal Protection," is the fourth most-cited law review article of all time. Gunther's pathbreaking casebook, 'Constitutional Law', originally published in 1965 and now in its 17th edition , is the most widely used constitutional law textbook in American law schools. Wikipedia*

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Gerald Gunther has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Forum. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1993 with an average of 224 views per program. Most common tag: Judicial Process.

Appearances by Title:c. September 21, 1989 - Present Professor, Law School, Stanford University Videos: 4

Recent Appearances

  • Justice Powell Memorial Tribute

    Justice Powell Memorial Tribute

    Federal judges, former law clerks and friends of Justice Powell paid tribute to his achievements while on the Supreme Court…

  • Judge Learned Hand

    Judge Learned Hand

    Professor Gunther, author of Learned Hand: The Man and the Judge, spoke about the life of Judge Hand. He served on the federal…

  • Ginsburg Confirmation Hearing Day 4

    Ginsburg Confirmation Hearing Day 4

    The committee emerged from closed session to hear testimony from members of special interest groups and legal scholars on the…

  • General Principles of the Judiciary Act

    General Principles of the Judiciary Act

    The participants talked about the general principles, as well as the legal and constitutional implications of the Judiciary…

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