In the fall of 1996 the Law School received many of the
Supreme Court papers of Arthur J. Goldberg (B.A. '29, LL.B.
'30). The papers, the bulk of which cover the three-year period
(1962-1965) Goldberg served on the Court until his appointment
as United States Ambassador to the United Nations, include
records of his opinions as well as other comments, notes,
and correspondence by him and the other justices.
Goldberg said the donation of the papers to Northwestern
University School of Law reflects his father's fondness for
Northwestern as well as for young people beginning their legal
careers. "My father was a man of great integrity and
felt strongly that the law is an honorable profession,"
said Goldberg. "He always took great pleasure in working
Digitization of selected papers from the Goldberg Archives
was made possible through a grant from the Illinois State