Law-Related Named Lectures

The Rockefeller Center hosts a range of law-related named lectures each year, particularly the Aaron, Thurlow Gordon, Timbers, and Volk Lectures, often in collaboration with the the Dartmouth Lawyers Association and the Steering Committee of the Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty Group. The Center also hosts an annual Constitution Day celebration in the Fall Term and an annual Law Day celebration in the Spring Term, the latter of which is generously supported by the Dartmouth Lawyers Association.

For more information, contact:

Professor Herschel Nachlis, Associate Director and Senior Policy Fellow of the Rockefeller Center,

Roger S. Aaron '64 Lecture

Established in honor of Roger S. Aaron '64, Esq in October 1996 from gifts from the Dartmouth Lawyers Association, this fund falls under the larger Daniel Webster Fund umbrella and supports the study of the role of law and justice, ethics and public policy in the lives of individuals and society.

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Judges on Judging
Jeannie Suk Gersen

Thurlow M. Gordon 1906 Lecture

Established in honor of Thurlow Gordon, Class of 1906, in 1976 to bring "recognized authorities in some field of law" to campus for audience and discussion. 

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William H. Timbers '37 Lecture

In 1995, a Dartmouth endowment fund was established in memory of the honorable William H. Timbers, '37, by the legal firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, for whom Timbers once practiced

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Anita Allen
Beth Robinson

Stephen R. Volk '57 Lectures

This lecture series was established in 2004 by friends and colleagues honoring Stephen Volk, chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston and formerly from Shearman & Sterling.

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