This person was born in 1951, graduated from Harvard Law School in 1975 and later went on to to teach at Dartmouth College, wrote a column for "The Nation", and became the James L. Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.
The Critical Legal Studies Movement
This was a school of thought that began in the 1970's.
This group of people were used as a way to defend the author's philosophy of law.
The Rich and Powerful
This group of people used the law to defend their interests against the demands of others.
This group of people were isolated from the community because of their careers.
Williams' Colleagues and Friends
This group of people were often mentioned without being named specifically.
This person was a source of inspiration and was a close friend.
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