Title:Litigator, federal district judge, director of the Federal Judicial Center, and professor, 1952-1997 / 1998
Northern California U.S. District Court oral history series
Creator/Contributor:Schwarzer, William W., creator, ive
Creator/Contributor:Hicke, Carole., ivr
Creator/Contributor:Browning, James R.
Creator/Contributor:Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office.
Childhood in Berlin, early 1930s, and family move to Los Angeles, 1938; World War II intelligence work; University of Southern
California, and Harvard Law School; trial lawyer with McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, 1952-1976: antitrust litigation,
colleagues, Morris Doyle, cases involving Stewart Hopps, McCloud River Railroad Co., Shell Oil, Harvey Motors, Greyhound Corp.,
Lucky Lager Brewing Co., others; Federal District Judge, 1976 to present: appointment, court administration and case management,
jury management, complex litigation and insurance antitrust, drug cases; Director, Federal Judicial Center, 1990-1995: Washington,
D.C., facilities and personnel, previous history and Center relations with Administrative Office; comments on judicial training,
expert witnesses, and on splitting the Ninth Circuit Court.
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Harvard Law School.
McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen.
Federal Judicial Center.
Judges -- California -- Interviews
Lawyers -- California -- Interviews
Judges -- United States -- Interviews
Intelligence service -- United States -- History -- 20th century
William W Schwarzer ; with an introduction by James R. Browning ; interviews conducted by Carole Hicke in 1997. Regional Oral
History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley,
Forms part of: Northern California U.S. District Court oral history series.
1 v. (vii, 378 p.) : port. ; 28 cm.
20 sound cassettes.
KF8755.C35 .S38 1998