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Judge Dolores Sloviter papers

BLL.007

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Biddle Law Library: Manuscript Collection
Creator:
Sloviter, Dolores K. (Dolores Korman)
Title:
Judge Dolores Sloviter papers
Date [bulk]:
1980-2000
Date [inclusive]:
1965-2012
Call Number:
BLL.007
Extent:
22.50 linear feet
Language:
English
Language of Materials note:
English
Abstract:
The Judge Dolores Sloviter papers, 1965-2012, consists of material documenting Sloviter's active involvement in the legal profession. Dolores Korman Sloviter graduated with her LL.B. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (now known as University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School) in 1956 where she was one of eight women in her graduating class. She was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in 1979 and served as Chief Judge from 1991 to 1998. The collection contains correspondence, reports, and news clippings that document Sloviter's time serving on the Third Circuit and her involvement in professional legal organizations. The collection also includes speeches that Sloviter gave at seminars and colloquia where she often spoke on the history and current role of women in the legal profession.
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Biography/History

Dolores Korman Sloviter is a Senior Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Sloviter was born in 1932 to a Jewish-American family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she attended Philadelphia High School for Girls. She graduated with a B.A. from Temple University in 1953. She graduated with her LL.B. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (now known as University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School) in 1956 where she was one of eight women in her graduating class. At the law school, she served as a Comments Editor on the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Sloviter was in private practice with Dilworth, Paxson, Kalish, and Green in Philadelphia until 1972, when she joined the faculty at the Temple University Beasley School of Law. There she taught Antitrust Law, Law and the Elderly, and Civil Procedure until 1979. During her sabbatical at Temple, she travelled to England to study welfare rights and community legal services for the elderly. She also taught the Federal Judicial Clerkship Clinical at Temple Law from 1980 to 2012.

In 1979 President Carter appointed Sloviter to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, where she served as Chief Judge from 1991 to 1998. Sloviter was the first woman to serve on the Third Circuit and the fourth woman ever to serve on a United States Circuit Court. Sloviter is known for serving on a three-judge panel in 1996 that blocked the enforcement of the Communications Decency Act, which attempted to regulate indecency and obscenity on the internet, because it would infringe upon the free speech rights of adults. The Supreme Court upheld their ruling the following year in Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union. Judge Sloviter is also known for her antirust record.

For decades, Judge Sloviter has been a popular speaker at seminars and colloquia, often speaking about women in the legal profession. In 1990 she received a Fulbright Award to lecture in Santiago, Chile, and in 1994 she was the first federal judge to receive the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Judicial Award. While serving on the Third Circuit court, she formed a "Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts" to examine racial and gender bias in her own courts. She is a board member of the National Constitution Center and a member of the Trustees' Council of Penn Women. Her portrait in the Penn Law Portrait Gallery was unveiled in 2004.

Judge Sloviter took senior status in 2013, and later took inactive status in 2016. She no longer hears cases but remains active within the court's committees.

Scope and Contents

The Judge Dolores Sloviter papers, 1965-2012, consist of correspondence, speeches, and research materials that document Sloviter's active involvement in the legal profession.

Series I: Biographical Materials, 1965-2012, contains biographies and photographs of Sloviter as well as disks and transcripts from oral histories that she gave. Also included are correspondence and acceptance speeches related to awards that Sloviter received. (Note: Other awards that Sloviter received can be found in Series IV: Professional and Academic Organizations)

Series II: Engagements and Speeches, 1969-2012, consists of speeches that Sloviter gave at various events including legal conferences, university commencements, and ceremonies for other judges. Some folders contain photographs from the events. Also included are notes and correspondence relating to Moot Court competitions that Sloviter helped judge. The series is arranged chronologically.

Series III: Third Circuit Court of Appeals, 1978-2012, contains correspondence, notes, and programs from Sloviter's time on the Third Circuit Court, primarily documenting her involvement in circuit workshops and training activities. Also included are copies of court materials for cases and correspondence/reports from the Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts.

Series IV: Professional and Academic Organizations, 1978-2011, consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, and speeches from Sloviter's work with legal organizations and academic programs, including material related to the Penn Law School (now known as Penn Carey Law). Also included in this series is correspondence and speech drafts from Sloviter's Fulbright Scholar Program award to lecture in Santiago, Chile.

Series V: Women in the Legal Profession, 1976-2010, contains research notes, photocopies of collected resources, and Sloviter's speeches on women in the legal profession. The series also contains correspondence and news clippings from 1980 when Sloviter refused to attend a Lawyers Club of Philadelphia reception because it was held at the Union League which did not allow women at that time.

Series VI: Law and the Elderly, 1965-1980, consists of bibliographies, collected resources, research notes, and five volumes of a casebook written by Sloviter titled "Law and the Elderly." Also included is material related to Sloviter's time on the Pennsylvania Governor's Council on Aging and on the Board of Directors of the Senior Citizens Judicare Project. The series contains syllabi and instruction notes from a course titled "Law and the Elderly" that Sloviter developed and taught at Temple Law School. Also included is material from her sabbatical in London where she researched English legal services for older people.

Series VII: Publications, 1970-2007, contains drafts and published copies of articles written by Sloviter, primarily for law reviews.

Arrangement note

This collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I. Biographical materials, 1965-2012; Series II. Engagements and speeches, 1969-2012; Series III. The Third Circuit, 1978-2012; Series IV. Professional and academic organizations, 1978-2011; Series V. Women in the legal profession, 1976-2010; Series VI. Law and the elderly, 1965-1980; Series VII. Publications, 1970-2007.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Biddle Law Library: Manuscripts Collection

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Elizabeth Wittrig and biography written by Jana E. Pugsley

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Use Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Processing Information note

Processed by Elizabeth Wittrig, October 2021.

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Controlled Access Headings

Subject(s)
  • Women judges -- United States
  • Women lawyers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
  • Law schools
  • Law -- Study and teaching

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Collection Inventory

Biographical Materials, 1965-2012.

Box Folder

Award: Girl Scouts' Women of Achievement, 1990.

1 1

Award: Philadelphia Girls High School, 2000.

1 2

Award: James Wilson Award, 1996.

1 3

Award: Sandra Day O'Connor Award, 1997.

1 4

Award: Temple University Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, 1986.

1 5

Award: Temple University certificate of honor, 1996.

1 6

Biographies written for the Judicial Yellow Book, 1984-2011.

1 7

Newspaper clippings and articles, 1979.

1 8

Oral history: Federal Judicial Center oral history project, 1995.

1 9

Oral history: Penn Legal oral history project, 1999.

1 10

Oral history: Women Trailblazers Project correspondence, 1991-2010.

1 11

Oral history: Women Trailblazers Project disks, 2006-2007.

2 1

Oral history: Women Trailblazers Project transcript, 2006-2007.

2 2

Photographs: Portraits, 1979-2007.

2 3

Photographs: Group pictures, 1979-2006.

2 4

Photographs: Events, 1985-2010.

2 5

Photographs: Events.

2 6

Engagements and Speeches, 1969-2012.

Box Folder

Fourth Conference of American Legal Executives, 1969 February 20-21.

2 7

Treble damages seminar, 1969 June 6-7.

2 8

Association of American Law Schools annual meeting, 1975.

2 9

Naturalization ceremony (Judge Daniel H. Huyett presiding), 1977 May 18.

2 10

Model Public Interest Law Conference, 1978 September 28-30.

2 11

Naturalization ceremony (Judge Norma L. Shapiro presiding), 1979 August 22.

2 12

Villanova Law School Symposium: Legislative Proposals to Restrict Jurisdiction in the Supreme Court, 1982 March 13.

3 1

Judicial Selection Project, 1982 April 28.

3 2

American Association of University Professions: "Faculty Members in Federal Court – Decreasing Receptivity?", 1982 June 25.

3 3

Dickinson School of Law commencement address, 1984 June 2.

3 4

Chester County Citizen's Conference, 1984 October 8.

3 5

Justice and society seminar, 1985 August.

3 6

Temple School of Law Samuel Polsky Competition, 1986 February 3.

3 7

Yale Law School Thurman Arnold Prize Argument, 1986 December 13.

3 8

Conference on the Presidency and the Constitution (Atlanta, GA), 1987 January 8-9.

3 9

Brooklyn Law School Jerome Prince Invitational Evidence Competition, 1987 March 15.

3 10

B'nai B'rith Merna B. Marshall Chapter luncheon, 1987 April 22.

3 11

Western New England College commencement, 1987 May.

4 1

Western New England College commencement research materials, 1978-1987.

4 2-3

American Civil Liberties Union conference panel, 1987.

4 4

National Conference of Christians and Jews Inc., 1987 August 18.

4 5

"For Whom the Streets?" speech given by Sloviter, 1988.

4 6

National Conference of Law Reviews, 1988 March 24.

4 7

New York University Wagner National Labor Law Moot Court, 1988 March .

4 8

Yale Law School Conference on Modern Civil Procedure Reform, 1988 April.

4 9

Ida Chen swearing-in ceremony, 1988 August 1.

4 10

Albert Branson Maris memorial, 1989 March 9.

4 11

Rutgers School of Law moot court competition, 1989 April 6.

4 12

Law Education Conference for Eastern Pennsylvania (LEAP), 1989 April 14.

4 13

New York University moot court final arguments, 1989 April 24.

4 14

Pennsylvania Prison Society panel discussion on the death penalty, 1989 May.

4 15

Vanderbilt University seminar on antitrust and health policy issues, 1989 July.

4 16

200th anniversary of the United States Courts, 1989 September.

4 17

Rutgers School of Law: Federal Judges Seminar Series, 1989 November 8.

4 18

11th Annual Judge G. Fred DiBona Moot Court, 1989 November 9.

4 19

University of Pennsylvania Law School Keedy Cup Competition, 1989 December 7.

4 20

Naturalization ceremony (Judge Louis Pollak presiding), 1989 December 15.

4 21

Judge John J. Gibbons retirement dinner, 1990 January.

4 22

Pennsylvania Legal Services annual dinner, 1990 March.

4 23

Albert B. Maris Meeting of the Historical Society of Eastern Pennsylvania, 1990 October.

4 24

Chief Judge Higginbotham dinner, 1991 March.

4 25

Alumni Association of Philadelphia Girls' High School, 1991 April.

4 26

American Bankruptcy Institute reception, 1991 May 2.

4 27

University of Pittsburgh Law School commencement, 1991 May 25.

4 28

U.S. courthouse annex groundbreaking, 1991 May 30.

4 29

Federal Court of Canada 20th anniversary symposium, 1991 June.

5 1

Judge Jane R. Roth investiture, 1991 July.

5 2

International Human Rights Law Seminar, 1991 September 27-29.

5 3

Camden annex groundbreaking, 1991 September 30.

5 4

Bill of Rights commemoration, 1991 December.

5 5

42nd National Moot Court Competition, 1992 January.

5 6

Historical Society of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania: Independence of the Federal Judiciary, 1992 May 7.

5 7

University of Richmond commencement address, 1992 May 9.

5 8

Honorary Timothy K. Lewis investiture, 1992 October.

5 9

Federal courthouse dedication (Newark, NJ), 1993 January 14.

5 10

43rd National Moot Court Competition, 1993 January 28.

5 11

Justice Thurgood Marshall memorial service, 1993 February.

5 12

Villanova School of Law 33rd Annual Theodore L. Reimel Competition, 1993 March.

5 13

Honorary David J. Souter introduction, 1993 April 18.

5 14

Senator Joseph R. Biden introduction, 1993 April 19.

5 15

Yale Law School moot court final arguments, 1993 May.

5 16

Honorary Frank L. Van Dusen memorial service, 1993 December.

5 17

Boston College 31st Annual Wendell F. Grimes Competition, 1994 April 9.

5 18

Nixon memorial service, 1994 April 27.

5 19

Widener School of Law commencement address, 1994 May.

5 20

Collins J. Seitz courtroom dedication, 1994 June 17.

5 21

Collins J. Seitz courtroom dedication research materials, 1976-1994.

5 22

Judge McKee investiture, 1994.

5 23

Mitchell H. Cohen courthouse dedication, 1994.

5 24

Temple School of Law Samuel Polsky Competition, 1994 November 3.

5 25

James Hunter III Library dedication, 1994 November 10.

5 26

H. Lee Sarokin investiture, 1994 November 21.

5 27

Honorary John F. Gerry tribute dinner, 1995 February.

5 28

Seton Hall Law School Honorary Dickinson R. Debevoise, 1995 April.

5 29

Judge Weis portrait presentation, 1995 May 12.

6 1

Clarkson S. Fisher federal courthouse dedication, 1995 May 15.

6 2

Juvenile Law Center 20th anniversary dinner, 1995 June.

6 3

Federal courthouse dedication, 1995 December.

6 4

Collins J. Seitz tribute dinner, 1996 February 1.

6 5

William D. Hutchinson memorial service, 1996 March 14.

6 6

Syracuse College of Law Mackenzie Moot Court Competition, 1996 March 23.

6 7

Wilkes-Barre courthouse dedication, 1996 May 13.

6 8

Federal Judiciary Education Program welcome reception, 1996 May 29.

6 9

Harold R. Medina Seminar, 1996 June.

6 10

Nelson courthouse dedication, 1996 September.

6 11

Arlin M. Adams portrait presentation, 1996 October 18.

6 12

John F. Gerry award presentation, 1996 October 22.

6 13

Temple University Great Teacher Award Convocation, 1996 November.

6 14

Fifth Annual Sandra Day O'Connor Award, 1996 November 26.

6 15

Rutgers School of Law moot court, 1997 April 3.

6 16

Abraham L. Freedman portrait presentation, 1997 April 17.

6 17

Dorothy L. Moore-Duncan installation, 1997 June 18.

6 18

Judge Garth portrait presentation, 1997 June 25.

6 19

Naturalization ceremony (Judge Rendell presiding), 1997 September.

6 20

Bill Suter introduction to Federal Bar Association, 1997 October 21.

6 21

Hastie portrait unveiling, 1997 October 28.

6 22

Hofstra Law School 12th Annual Howard Kaplan Memorial Competition, 1997 November 5.

6 23

Honorary Marjorie O. Rendell investiture, 1997 November 21.

6 24

Temple Law Journal: "Reflections as We Approach the Millennium" speech by Sloviter, 1997 November.

6 25

James D. Crawford retirement celebration, 1998 February.

6 26

"Cameras in the Court" speech by Sloviter, 1998 January 4.

6 27

Collins J. Seitz memorial service, 1999 January 29.

6 28

20th Annual John W. Davis Competition, 1999 November.

6 29

Quinnipiac College School of Law moot court, 1999 November 23.

6 30

Villanova Law School 40th Annual Theodore L. Reimel Competition, 2000 April .

6 31

National Founders Conference, 2000 June.

6 32

Cornell Law School Cuccia Cup Competition, 2000 November.

6 33

Annenberg School for Communication 2nd Annual Dean's Lecture, 2001 March.

6 34

Jane R. Roth's 10-year anniversary on the court, 2001 November 2.

6 35

Juvenile Law Center Zubrow Fellowship Panel, 2001 November 5.

6 36

Pennsylvania Women's Forum death penalty discussion, 2002 January.

6 37

Temple Law Review celebration, 2002 April 4 .

7 1

Judge Carol Los Mansmann memorial service, 2002 April 29.

7 2

20th Annual Devitt Award presentation to C.J. Becker, 2002 September.

7 3

Temple University School of Law Apple v. Franklin anniversary (includes CD-ROM), 2003 March.

7 4

Max Rosenn ceremony, 2003 May.

7 5

Judge Ambrose admission to Federal Bar Association, 2003 October.

7 6

Bill of Rights program, 2003 December.

7 7

Pace University moot court, 2004 February.

7 8

Judge Van Antwerpen investiture, 2004 June.

7 9

Temple Law School reception for Harold E. Kohn Chair in Law, 2004 October.

7 10

American University Washington College of Law moot court, 2005 February.

7 11

Villanova Law School 45th Annual Theodore L. Reimel Competition, 2005 March.

7 12

National Constitution Center: Civil Rights Legacy of Civil War, 2005 April.

7 13

Judge Carol Los Mansmann portrait presentation, 2005 May.

7 14

Lord Hoffmann introduction, 2005 June.

7 15

Temple University Polsky competition, 2005 September.

7 16

Honorary Roger Gregory introduction, 2005 October.

7 17

Judge Max Rosenn funeral, 2006 February 9.

7 18

Eugene Gressman appellate moot court, 2006 March.

7 19

Judge Chagares investiture, 2006 May.

7 20

American Constitution Society national convention, 2006 June.

7 21

Judge Max Rosenn memorial service, 2006 September.

7 22

Yale Law Journal panel discussion on law reviews, 2006 November.

7 23

Philadelphia City Wide High School Constitution Literacy Competition, 2007 February 23.

7 24

Honorary Kent A. Jordan investiture, 2007 February 26.

7 25

Fordham School of Law Irving R. Kaufmann Competition, 2007 March.

7 26

Mansmann Award given to Justice Alito and Judge Hardiman, 2007 April.

7 27

Cornell Law School Cuccia Cup Competition, 2007 October.

7 28

Judge Higginbotham tribute, 2008 February.

7 29

Widener University School of Law commencement address, 2008 May.

7 30

American University Washington College of Law moot court, 2008 October.

7 31

Honorary Albert B. Maris presentation of exhibits (includes DVD), 2009 June.

7 32

Honorary Louis H. Pollak portrait presentation, 2010 May.

7 33

Peter Jennings Project for Journalists and the Constitution, 2011 March.

8 1

Duke Law seminar on international human rights law, 2011 April.

8 2

Etta Viola McKee tribute, 2012 March.

8 3

Third Circuit Court of Appeals, 1978-2012.

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Folder
4

Admissions ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1991.

8 5

Appellate advocacy institute, 1988.

8 6

Appellate advocacy institute, 1990.

8 7

Appellate advocacy institute, 1993.

8 8

Appellate advocacy institute, 1996.

8 9

Appellate Judges' Conference (Fifth International), 1990.

8 10

Appellate Judges Education Institute summit, 2007.

8 11

Automation training for judges, 1992.

8 12

Awards ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1992.

8 13

Awards ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1993.

8 14

Awards ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1994.

8 15

Awards ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1995.

8 16

Awards ceremony for the Third Circuit, 1996.

8 17

Committee to Review Circuit Council Conduct and Disability, 1987, 2001-2005.

8 18

Committee to Review Circuit Council Conduct and Disability, 2006-2007.

8 19-20

Committee to Review Circuit Council Conduct and Disability, 2008-2011.

8 21

Committee to Review Circuit Council Conduct and Disability: Presentation for the Federal Judicial Center, 2008.

9 1

Court retreat, 1986.

9 2

Court retreat, 1988.

9 3

Court retreat, 1990.

9 4

Court retreat, 1993.

9 5

Court retreat, 2003.

9 6

Court retreat, 2004.

9 7

Court retreat, 2006.

9 8

Court retreat, 2007.

9 9-10

Court retreat, 2008.

9 11

Criminal Justice Act: Panel attorney fees, 2005.

9 12

Economics seminar for judges, 1998.

9 13

Federal appellate practice "Appellate Scope of Review", 1984.

9 14

Federal appellate practice workshop, 1990.

9 15

Federal appellate seminar, 1991.

9 16

"Federal Appellate Procedure Practice Guide," forward written by Sloviter, 1996.

9 17

Federal court governance seminar, 1994.

9 18

Federal Judges Association first annual conference, 1986.

9 19

Federal Judicial Center (FJC) judges' workshop, 1988.

9 20

FJC unit heads workshop, 1992 February.

9 21

FJC judges' workshop, 1992 March.

9 22

FJC judges' workshop, 1993.

9 23

FJC judges' workshop, 1995.

9 24

FJC Bicentennial Conference for U.S. Court of Appeals Judges, 1998.

9 25

FJC judges' workshop, 2002.

10 1

FJC judges' workshop, 2004.

10 2

FJC National Symposium for U.S. Court of Appeals Judges, 2005.

10 3

FJC law and terrorism seminar, 2006 March.

10 4

FJC immigration seminar, 2006.

10 5

FJC seminar on law and society, 2007.

10 6

FJC seminar on internet technology basics for judges, 2012.

10 7

Federal Defender Conference, 1992.

10 8

Flex-time lawyers' luncheon, 2003.

10 9

Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA) appellate judges' seminar, 1995.

10 10

IJA appellate judges' seminar, 1996 June.

10 11

IJA appellate judges' seminar series for new judges, 1996 July.

10 12

Internal court correspondence and news clippings, 1986.

10 13

Judges' speeches and writings, 1979-2011.

10 14-15

Judges' training needs assessment, 2000.

10 16

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 1981.

10 17

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 1991.

10 18

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 1993.

10 19

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit workshop on gender bias, 1994 March.

10 20

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 1995.

10 21

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit: Videocassettes, 1995.

10 22-23

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 2004.

10 24

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 2006.

10 25

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 2007.

10 26

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 2008.

11 1

Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 2011.

11 2

Lawyers Advisory Committee, 1982-2012.

11 3

Opinions written by Sloviter, 1982.

11 4

Opinion writing for law clerks, 2003.

11 5

Orientation program for chief judges, 1991.

11 6

Orientation seminar for newly appointed judges, 1989.

11 7

Portrait unveiling for Sloviter, 1991.

11 8-9

Retirement dinner for Sloviter, 1998.

11 10

Review of recent cases, 1994.

11 11

Review of recent cases, 1995.

11 12

Review of recent cases, 1997.

11 13

Sentencing Institute, 1992.

11 14

Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Court, 1997.

11 15

Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts, 1994-1999.

11 16

Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts: "Commentary on the Third Circuit Task Force" by Sloviter, 1998.

11 17

Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts: "Personal Reflections on the Creation" by Sloviter, 1998.

11 18

Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Courts: Correspondence with the Delaware State Bar Association, 2000.

11 19

Virgin Islands trips, 1986-1994.

11 20

100th Anniversary of the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 1991.

11 21

Acierno v. Cloutier et. al., 1994.

11 22

American Civil Liberties v. Black Horse Pike, 1995.

12 1

Berkovitz v. United States, 1986-1988.

12 2

Bolden v. Septa, 1991.

12 3

Bygott v. Leaseway Transportation Corporation, 1987.

12 4

Clark v. K-Mart Corporation, 1992.

12 5

Colgan v. Fisher Scientific Corporation, 1988-1991.

12 6

Davidson v. Cannon, 1980-1983.

12 7

Davidson v. O'Lone, 1984.

12 8

Deblase v. Roth, 1997.

12 9

D.M. Sabia and Co. Inc. v. the 49th Street Galleria, 1991.

12 10

Dowling v. United States, 1988.

12 11

D.R. by L.R. v. Middle Bucks Area Vocational Technical School, 1992-1993.

12 12

Duffey v. Lehman, 1996.

12 13

Dunn v. Hovic, 1993.

12 14

Esposito v. Barnard, 1987-1988.

12 15

Fagan v. City of Vineland, 1993-1994.

12 16

Fisher Bros. Sales, Inc. v. United States, 1994-1995.

12 17

FMC Corp. v. United States Department of Commerce, 1994.

12 18

Franklin Music v. American Broadcasting, 1978-1980.

12 19

Franklin Music v. American Broadcasting, 1979.

13 1

Franklin Music v. American Broadcasting appendix to the briefs, 1978.

13 2-4

Geschwendt v. Ryan, 1992.

13 5

Hafer v. Melo, 1990.

13 6

Hanover Potato Products, Inc. v. Sullivan, 1991.

13 7

Helen Mining Company v. Director OWCP, 1990.

13 8

Inmates of the Allegheny County Jail v. Wecht, 1996.

13 9

In re: Continental Airlines, 1995-1997.

13 10-11

In re: Grand Jury Subpoena of Janet Williams, 1992.

13 12

In re: Ronald C. Cheripka v. Republic Insurance Company, 1991-1992.

13 13

Keller v. Orix Credit Alliance, Inc., 1997.

13 14

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. v. NLRB, 1989-1990.

13 15

Kilbarr Corp. v. Business Systems Inc., 1992.

13 16

Limbach Company v. Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, 1991-1992.

14 1

Livingstone v. North Belle Vernon Borough, 1993-1994.

14 2

Marine Bank v. Weaver, 1980-1982.

14 3-4

Miller v. Cigna Insurance Company, 1994.

14 5

Neely v. Club Medical Management Services, Inc., 1995.

14 6

Netsky etc. v. United States, 1986-1988.

14 7-8

Ramseur v. Beyer, 1991-1992.

14 9

Stoneking v. Bradford Area School District, 1987-1989.

14 10

Thompson v. Waynesboro Area School District, 1989.

14 11

Touby v. United States, 1989-1990.

14 12-13

Townsound and Custom Tops v. Chrysler Motors, 1991-1992.

14 14

Waste Conversion, Inc. v. Rollins Environmental Services (NJ), Inc., 1989-1990.

15 1

Weaver v. Bowers, 1980.

15 2-3

United States Department of the Navy v. FLRA, 1992.

15 4

United States v. Porat, 1993.

15 5

United States. v. Steinmetz, 1991-1992.

15 6-7

United States v. Edmonds, 1995-1996.

15 8

Professional and Academic Organizations, 1978-2011.

Box Folder

American Bar Association (ABA) Presidential Showcase Program, 1986.

15 9

ABA new dean workshop, 1988 February 3.

15 10

ABA forum on communications law, 1988 February 6.

15 11

ABA Antirust Litigation Committee breakfast, 1990.

15 12

ABA annual meeting, 1993.

15 13

ABA annual meeting, 2004.

16 1

ABA annual meeting, 2008.

16 2

American Judicature Society (AJS), 1988-1990.

16 3

AJS, 1991-1992.

16 4

AJS, 1993-2011.

16 5

AJS midyear meeting, 1990.

16 6

AJS Advisory Committee, 1993-1995.

16 7

AJS Herbert Harley Award to Judge Brotman, 1994.

16 8

AJS sidebar program, 1990.

16 9

AJS sidebar program, 1992.

16 10

American Law Institute (ALI)/ABA Conference on Appellate Practice, 1990.

16 11

ALI annual meeting, 2004.

16 12

ALI members consultative group, 2011.

16 13

American Society of International Laws (ASIL) Judicial Advisory Board for Refugee and Asylum Law, 2009-2011.

16 14

ASIL annual meeting, 2007.

16 15

ASIL annual meeting, 2008.

17 1

Federal Bar Association (FBA) award given to Sloviter, 1979.

17 2

FBA Young Lawyers' Committee meeting, 1981.

17 3

FBA Labor and Employment Conference, 1986 February.

17 4

FBA Federal Class Actions seminar, 1986 May.

17 5

FBA: "The Place of Diversity Jurisdiction" speech by Sloviter, 1988 April.

17 6

Fulbright Scholar Program award to lecture in Santiago, Chile, 1990.

17 7

Fulbright Scholar Program award: photographs, 1990.

17 8

Fulbright Scholar Program award: newspaper articles, 1991-1993.

17 9

Hearing Committee of the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 1978-1979.

17 10

National Constitutional Center, 1998-2000.

17 11-13

National Constitutional Center Ad Hoc Opening Committee, 2001-2003.

17 14

National Constitution Center Peter Jennings Project for Journalists, 2008.

17 15

Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) course on oral advocacy in the federal courts, 2000.

17 16

PBI program on successful strategies for winning commercial cases, 2001 October.

17 17

PBI constitutional law conclave, 2001 October.

18 1

PBI course on appellate advocacy in the federal courts, 2002.

18 2

PBI: "Employment Law and Counseling" speech by Sloviter, 2005.

18 3

Philadelphia Bar Association (PBA) bench-bar conference, 1990.

18 4

PBA award given to Sloviter, 1994 May.

18 5

PBA annual conference luncheon, 1994 July.

18 6

PBA annual conference and exposition, 1994 December.

18 7

PBA Appellate Courts Committee monthly luncheon, 2002.

18 8

PBA 50-year club members luncheon, 2007 June 7.

18 9

PBA Appellate Courts Committee on Judicial Misconduct and Disability, 2007 June 13.

18 10

PBA Chancellor's Century III Commission, 1994-1996.

18 11

PBA Commission on Women in the Profession, 2005.

18 12

PBA Fidelity Awards Committee, 1996.

18 13-14

PBA nomination of Joanne A. Epps for Sandra Day O'Connor Award, 2002-2009.

18 15

Rhodes Scholars Selection Committee, 2002-2008.

18 16-17

Richard Stockton College external review of Audrey W. Latourette, 2006-2011.

18 18

Root-Tidlen-Snow Scholars selection, 1997-1999.

18 19-21

Temple University Centennial Celebration Committee, 1984-1996.

18 22

Temple University School of Law: Seminar on the current supreme court taught by Judge Pollak and Judge Sloviter, 1998-1999.

18 23

University of Pennsylvania Law School (Penn Law) Board of Overseers, 1993-1999.

19 1-3

Penn Law Inn of Court, 1994-2011.

19 4

Penn Law COIF Committee re: legal scholarship award, 1980.

19 5

Penn Law's 250th birthday, 1990.

19 6

Penn Law portrait unveilings for "The Women of Penn Law", 2004.

19 7

Penn Law class of 1956 reunion, 1986.

19 8

Penn Law class of 1956 reunion, 2010-2011.

19 9

University of Pennsylvania Trustee's Council of Penn Women, 1997-2011.

19 10

University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Economics roundtable, 1988.

19 11

Women in the Legal Profession, 1976-2010.

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First Women in the Profession Summit by the Philadelphia Bar Association, 2008.

19 12

Lawyers Club of Philadelphia discrimination issues, 1980-1993.

19 13

Research file: "Women Lawyers Next Stage", 1996-2007.

19 14

Resources, 1978-1984.

19 15

Resources, 1985-1989.

19 16

Resources, 1990-1999.

19 17

Resources, 2000-2010.

20 1

Resources: "Women's History sourcebook", 2009.

20 2

Speech delivered to Judicial Conference of the Third Circuit, 1981.

20 3

Speech: "Women in the Law" delivered to Annual Conference of the National Association for Law Placement, 1984.

20 4

Speech: "Women in Law" background materials, 1983-1988.

20 5

Speech: "Women in the Constitution" delivered to Women for Greater Philadelphia, 1987 September.

20 6

Speech delivered to Philadelphia Bar Association Committee on Women in the Profession, 1991 May.

20 7

Speech delivered to Women's Law Group of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1991 November.

20 8

Speech: Keynotes address delivered to The Woman Advocate Conference, 1994.

20 9

Speech delivered to Pennsylvania Bar Association First Statewide Conference on Women in the Legal Profession, 1993-1994.

20 10

Speeches: "75th Anniversary of the League of Women Voters" and "Anniversary of the 19th Amendment", 1995 March 25 and August 24.

20 11

Speech: "Selecting Women Judges" delivered to the American Law Institute, 2004.

20 12

Speech: "Six Women of Distinction" delivered to the Friends of Philadelphia City Institute Library, 2010 November.

20 13

Symposium on sex discrimination, 1976.

20 14

Women's Law Project correspondence, 1979.

20 15

Law and the Elderly, 1965-1980.

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Bibliographies and research notes, 1973-1977.

20 16

Correspondence, 1976-1979.

20 17

Employment Discrimination Conference, 1975-1977.

20 18

Governor's Council on Aging (Pennsylvania, Southwestern Region), 1976-1979.

20 19

"Law and the Elderly: Statutory Appendix" by Sloviter, 1976-1978.

21 1

"Law and the Elderly: Part 1" casebook by Sloviter, 1976-1978.

21 2

"Law and the Elderly: Part 2" casebook by Sloviter, 1976-1979.

21 3

"Law and the Elderly: Part 3" casebook by Sloviter, 1976-1979.

21 4

"Law and the Elderly: Part 4" casebook by Sloviter, 1979.

21 5

London project: Correspondence, 1976-1979.

21 6

London project: Age concern resources, 1975-1979.

21 7-8

London project: Cambridge House and Mary Ward Center, 1977-1978.

21 9

London project: Citizens Advice Bureau, 1972-1978.

21 10

London project: International Colloquium on Legal Aid and Legal Services, 1976.

21 11

London project: Law centers, 1975-1978.

21 12

London project: Legal aid, 1972-1978.

21 13

London project: research materials, 1967-1978.

21 14

London project: research materials, 1975-1978.

22 1

Research materials: Age discrimination, 1967-1980.

22 2-3

Research materials: Select Committee on Aging House of Representatives, 1976-1977.

22 4

Research materials: Collective bargaining, 1969-1975.

22 5

Research materials: "Economics of Aging", 1969-1970.

22 6-7

Research materials: Health care, 1965-1979.

22 8

Research materials: Medicare, 1970-1978.

22 9-12

Research materials: Nursing homes, 1970-1979.

23 1

Research materials: Older workers, 1969-1974.

23 2

Research materials: Retirement , 1970-1978.

23 3

Research materials: Social Security Act, 1976-1980.

23 4-5

Research materials: Social security and constitutional challenges, 1975-1978.

23 6

Research materials: Social security and women, 1975-1978.

23 7

Senior Citizen Judicare Project, 1978-1979.

23 8

"Social security classifications from a constitutional perspective", 1979.

23 9

Social security law seminar, 1979.

23 10

"Specialization of Legal Services for the Elderly" speech by Sloviter, 1979.

23 11

Strategies for Implementing the Least Restrictive Alternative Doctrine: Long Term Care of the Elderly symposium, 1978 October.

23 12

Studies and reports by Sloviter, 1978-1979.

23 13

Temple University courses notes, 1976-1980.

23 14

Temple University course: Law and the Elderly, 1976 Fall.

23 15

Temple University course: Law and the Elderly, 1977 Spring.

23 16

Temple University course: Law and the Elderly, 1979 Spring.

23 17

Publications, 1970-2007.

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Law review articles (drafts and notes), 1970-1977.

23 18

"Antitrust Plaintiff Following in Government's Footsteps," New York Law Journal and Villanova Law Review, 1971.

24 1

Newberg book review, 1978-1979.

24 2

"Let's look at Citizen's Advice Bureau," American Bar Association Journal, 1979 January-April.

24 3

"Faculty in Federal Court: Decreasing Receptivity," Academe, 1982.

24 4

Miscellaneous law review/journal articles, 1982-1985.

24 5

"A House Cleaning Job for Lawyers," The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1986 August.

24 6

"Diversity Jurisdiction Through Lens of Federalism," Judicature, 1992 August.

24 7

Villanova Law Review 20th anniversary issue, 1993.

25 1

Temple Law Review articles, 1993-1998.

25 2

Villanova Law Review tribute issue to Judge Seitz, 1996.

25 3

Hofstra Law Review article on cameras in court, 1998.

25 4

University of Pennsylvania Law Review article on Leo Levin, 2000 April.

25 5

Miscellaneous law review/journal articles, 2002-2007.

25 6

Delaware Law Review article on Honorary Walter K. Stapleton, 2003.

25 7