Did You Know?
Even Attorneys General Have to Start Somewhere
The Law School hired Edward Levi '35 (who later served as Dean of the Law School, President of the University, and Attorney General of the United States) in 1936, but not as a full-time professor. He was an assistant professor and Law School Librarian. His total salary for the two positions was $3000 - $125 less than the most junior member of the faculty made at the inception of the Law School in 1902.