Robert L. Knauss taught at the University of Michigan Law School, 1960-1972.
BiographyRobert L. Knauss, formerly a member of a San Francisco law firm, became assistant professor of law at the Michigan Law School in September.
Knauss is the only new appointment to the faculty for the fall semester. A native of Detroit, he received the B.A. degree from Harvard in 1952 and the J.D. degree in 1957 from The University of Michigan. During the 1957-58 academic year, he was an instructor in the Law School, and in 1958 joined the law firm of Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro in San Francisco. He is a member of the California bar and of the San Francisco and California State Bar Associations as well as of the American Bar Association.
-- From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 05, Iss. 01 (November 1960).
Knauss left Michigan Law in 1972 to become dean at Vanderbilt University Law School.
Law Quadrangle Notes Articles
"Knauss To Become Vanderbilt Law Dean," 16 L. Quadrangle Notes 3 (Fall, 1971).
"Robert Knauss Appointed University Vice-President," 15 L. Quadrangle Notes 6-7 (Fall, 1970).
"Knauss Appointed Assistant Professor", 5 L. Quadrangle Notes 5 (November, 1960).