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Ralph S. Brown (1913–1998), Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law,
was a member of the Yale Law School faculty for more than
fifty years, from 1946 until 1998, serving as associate dean from
1965 to 1970. A graduate of Yale College (1935) and the Yale
Law School (1939), he served in the U.S. Navy during World
War II and as a lawyer in the Office of Price Administration in
Washington, D.C.


Brown taught and wrote extensively in the field of intellectual
property, including copyright, defamation, and privacy. Among
his publications are:


“Advertising and the Public Interest: Legal Protection of Trade
and Symbols,” Yale Law Journal (1948)
Loyalty and Security: Employment Tests in the United States (1958)
Cases on Copyright, Unfair Competition and Other Topics (1960)

ISBN

978-0-9857253-8-9

Publication Date

2014

Publisher

Lillian Goldman Law Library

City

New Haven

Keywords

Yale Law School, Oral Histories

Disciplines

Law | Legal Education

A Conversation with Ralph S. Brown

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