I. Scott Messinger

I. Scott Messinger received his B.A. from Williams College and graduated from Syracuse University Law School. He is a graduate student in American legal history at New York University and an associate historian at the Federal Judicial Center. His article, “Legitimating Liberalism: The Real Image Makers and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.,” appeared in the Journal of Supreme Court History.

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Clarice Baright

Known to her contemporaries as the “Lady Angel of the Tenement District,” Clarice Baright was a social worker and a trailblazing attorney who combined these skills as an advocate for the rights of New York City’s children and its poor. In a career spanning the first half of the twentieth century, Baright fought for reforms in the style and spirit of the Progressive Era, while earning the distinctions of serving as the second female magistrate in New York City history and of being among the first few women admitted to the American Bar Association.

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