Lampe, Stuart E.

Date:
11-15-1978
Length:
60 minutes.
Interviewer:
Cox, Dwayne
Transcription available:
no
Series:
University of Louisville
Series ID:
9999_008
Interview Number(s):
__667
Summary:
Lampe (LL.B. University of Louisville, 1929) discusses the School of Law during the 1920s. Mentioned prominently: his work on the student magazine, Satyr (advertising editor 1926-1927, business manager 1927-1928, and managing director editor 1928-1929), and changes in the Kentucky bar examination since 1929. (Lampe was serving on the board of examiners at the time of the interview). He discusses the Jefferson School of Law, which operated in Louisville from 1905 to 1950; the case method of legal education and social life at the University of Louisville during the 1920s.
Topic(s):
University of Louisville, University of Louisville. School of Law, Jefferson School of Law (Louisville, Ky.), University of Louisville--Students, University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae