I had already planned to write this article, but the May passing of the Hon. Clifford Scott Green, a giant in the legal profession in Philadelphia, made this mission all the more imperative.

Furthermore, with so much focus — and rightly so — on diversity in our profession today, a historical account of the profession as it existed in the 1950s and ’60s should add some valuable perspective to the current discussions.

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