Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-010)
Kenneth Williams, an alumnus of Suffolk University Law School’s class of 1927, discusses his career at Suffolk including his working relationship with Hiram and Gleason Archer during the earliest years of the school. He reflects on his experiences as a student, the development of the school, his tenure as a faculty member and member of the university’s Review Department from 1928-1958, Hiram and Gleason Archer’s relationship, and how Suffolk differed from other law schools by encouraging anyone, from any circumstances, to study there.
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Williams, Kenneth and Robbins, David L., "Oral History Interview with Kenneth Williams (SOH-010)" (1979). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 6.