Arthur Goldberg

Arthur Joseph Goldberg (1908 - 1990) served as a United States Supreme Court Justice from October 1, 1962 to July 25, 1965. He also served as U.S. Secretary of Labor and Ambassador to the United Nations.

A tribute to him relates: "In 1926, the eighteen-year-old Goldberg, deeply affected by Clarence Darrow's defense of Loeb and Leopold, entered Northwestern Law School. John Henry Wigmore, Northwestern's dean, picked him out to help on the preparation of the Third Edition of Wigmore's Cases on the Law of Evidence." Proceedings in the Supreme Court of the United States in Memory of Justice Goldberg, Monday, October 15, 1990, volume 498 United States Reports xvii

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