Gerald Uelmen

Santa Clara Law School

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Professor of Law at Santa Clara Law School

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When he was first Governor in the 1970’s, Jerry Brown appointed the first woman, first Latino and first black to the State Supreme Court.

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When he was first Governor in the 1970’s, Jerry Brown appointed the first woman, first Latino and first black to the State Supreme Court.

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