Gould, Milton S. - Clip 01
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Gould, Milton S.; Bullis, Frances M.
From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Frances M. Bullis; the videographer, Thomas R. Bruce. This video covers reflections by Milton S. Gould on the move into Myron Taylor Hall, earning his way through law school, the first law school commencement, law school during the Great Depression, and his representation of Ariel Sharon in his libel suit against Time Magazine. (Duration 53:57) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.
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Gould, Milton S.; LLB 1933; Moving from Boardman Hall into Myron Taylor Hall; First law school convocation; Commencement ceremony; Impact of the Great Depression; Attrition; Boochever, Louis; Tharaud, Lucien; University public relations; Farrand, Daisy; Sullivan, William F.; Burdick, Charles K.; Journalism versus law; Prohibition; Caps and gowns; Bootleggers in Ithaca; Orchestra; MacDonald, John W.; Farrand, Livingston; Gregory, Archibald C.; Cornell Daily Sun; Gannett Papers; Wilson, Lyman P.; Thoron, Gray; Forrester, W. Ray; Trial advocacy; Leibowitz, Samuel S.; Leibowitz chair; Robinson, Gustavus H.; Whiteside, Horace E.; Law school reunions; Dedication of Myron Taylor Hall; Sharon v. Time