Collection largely consists of his files from classes taken at Flintridge Preparatory School, La Canada, California, 1967-72;
as an undergraduate at Stanford University, 1972-76; and at the Duke University School of Law, 1976-79. Files include syllabi,
exams, class notes, reading notes, and papers. Collection also includes audiocassette and statement regarding his “Patton”
speech given in Meyer Library as a Stanford undergraduate, 1976; his application for the California State Bar exam, 1979;
and his retirement speech from Stanford, 2008.
L. Timothy Portwood earned an AB in History at Stanford University in 1976 and his law degree at Duke University. He worked
as a lawyer in San Francisco before joining the Development Office at Stanford, where he retired in 2008 as Associate Vice
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