As law students head home for the winter break, and millions of Americans desire to be “home” for the holidays, it may bring to mind the song “I’ll be Home for Christmas,” which happens to have been written by an Albany Law School graduate.

While Bing Crosby recorded the famous carol in 1943, it was James Kimball “Kim” Gannon, a 1934 Albany Law School graduate, who wrote the infamous words about being home “if only in my dreams,” according to the school’s announcement.

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