Collection includes teaching materials, correspondence, research files, as well as materials related to Méndez' involvment
with campus Latino/a affairs.
Miguel A. Méndez, was the Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law, Emeritus, and Stanford Law School’s first Latino professor.
Méndez earned a BA from George Washington University in 1965, and a JD George Washington University Law School in 1968. Méndez,
was a leading authority on both the federal and California rules of evidence, taught at Stanford Law School for more than
three decades. Méndez died in 2017.
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