Kilbourn, Dwight C. The Bench and Bar of Litchfield County, Connecticut 1709-1909: Biographical Sketches of Members, History and Catalogue of the Litchfield Law School. Historical Notes. Litchfield: Published by the Author, 1909. xiv, 344, , viii pp. Illustrated. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584772132; ISBN-10: 1584772131. Hardcover. New. $95. * Litchfield Law School, the first American law school, was founded by Tapping Reeve in 1782. The work is composed of materials relevant to the school and related personages, and contains historical notes, biographies, photographs, accounts of important trials and the following reprints: "Litchfield County: Historical Address Delivered at Litchfield, Conn., On the Occasion of the Centennial Celebration, 1851, by Samuel Church"; "Sketches of the Early Lights of the Litchfield Bar by David S. Boardman" (1860); "Fifty Years at the Litchfield County Bar by Charles F. Sedgwick" (1870); and "Reminiscences of the Litchfield County Bar, Delivered at the Centennial Banquet, November 18, 1898, by Donald J. Warner."
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