Books from "The Storrs Lectures Series"


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The Storrs Lectures, one of Yale Law School's oldest and most prestigious lecture programs, were established in 1889. Through the gift of the Misses Eliza T. and Mary A. Robinson in memory of their great-uncle, the Honorable William L. Storrs, B.A. 1814, at one time Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut and professor in the Law School, a fund was established to provide for a course of lectures dealing with fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence. These annual lectures are given by an American or foreign jurist or scholar who is not ordinarily a member of the regular faculty of the Law School.

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