Samuel D. Warren
Samuel Dennis Warren (1852-February 18, 1910) was a Boston attorney.
Warren graduated from Harvard College in 1875 and graduated second in his class at Harvard Law School in 1877. The first-place student was his friend Louis Brandeis, later a justice of the United States Supreme Court. Warren and Brandeis founded the prominent Boston law firm of Nutter McClennen & Fish in 1879. At the end of 1890 they published their famous law review article "The Right to Privacy".
- Edward Perry Warren, his brother
- New York Times: "Samuel D. Warren Dead," February 21, 1910, accessed October 28, 2011
- Martin Green, The Mount Vernon Street Warrens: A Boston Story, 1860-1910 (NY: Scribner's, 1989), 167, 170
- Green, 3ff.
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- Louis Brandeis & Samuel Warren," The Right to Privacy," 4 Harvard Law Review 193-220 (1890-91)
- Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP, the law firm founded by Brandeis and Warren
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