Library of the U.S. Courts of the Seventh Circuit

Collection description: Oral history interviews with judges of the Seventh Circuit have been conducted by volunteer attorneys since 1984. They focus on the biographies of the interviewed judges.

Regulatory significance: Of the five interviews available online, only a small portion relate to regulation. Prentice Marshall discusses his time as a hearing officer for the Illinois Fair Employment Practices Commission. Allen Sharp briefly discusses an environmental case brought against U.S. Steel.

Location: Seventh Circuit Library Collection, Chicago.

Dates: 1984 – Present

Access: Open to the public

Digital access: Five transcripts are available online, with judges Prentice H. Marshall, James Moran, James Benton Parsons, and Allen Sharp.


Interviewees: at least 31

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *