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Rosalie Wahl: Legal Educator & Minnesota Supreme Court Justice: Primary Sources: Archives & Records

Writings by Rosalie E. Wahl

"Introductory Remarks" [to the Minnesota Supreme Court Task Force on Racial Bias in the Judicial System Report], by Rosalie E. Wahl.
In Hamline Law Review, vol. 16, no. 3 (spring 1993), pages 475-475.
MNHS call number: K8 .A55 v.16

"Lest We Forget: Celebrating Thirty Years of Clinical Legal Education at William Mitchell College of Law," by Rosalie Wahl.
In William Mitchell Law Review, vol. 30, no. 1 (2003), pages 5-8.
MNHS call number: K27.155 v.30:1

"Some Reflections on Women and the Judiciary," by Rosalie E. Wahl.
In Law & Inequality, vol. 4, no. 1 (May 1986), pages 153-157.
MNHS call number: HQ 1391 .M6 W35 1986

Manuscripts

Rosalie Wahl Papers
This archival collection (1958-1998) contains personal papers from the judicial chambers of Rosalie Wahl. Included are biographical information; speeches and writings; files regarding her Supreme Court appointment, elections, opinions, and committee work; subject files; and materials related to legal education. 
MNHS call number: Digital Finding Aid

Oral History

Supreme Court Justices Oral History Project: Interview with Rosalie Erwin Wahl 
Rosalie E. Wahl, discusses her family background, career in the field of law, the judicial process, work, and memorable cases on the Supreme Court. The Wahl interview was also recorded on VHS videotapes that are cataloged as part of the Rosalie Wahl Papers.Six 60-minute cassettes and four 90-minute cassettes.
MNHS call number: Audio File and Transcript

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