1891 – Thurman Arnold was born on June 2nd in Laramie, Wyoming. American judge, lawyer, and trustbuster.
– He was educated at Princeton, Harvard and Yale, and worked as a sheep rancher and attorney in Laramie.
1921 – Became a member of the Wyoming House of Representatives.
– Lecturer at the University of Wyoming.
1927 – Was the Dean of the College of Law, West Virginia University.
1931 – Professor of law at Yale University.
1937 – He wrote The Folklore of Capitalism.
1938 – An assistant attorney general in Washington, he spearheaded anti-trust indictments.
1943 – Nominated by Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 11th, to a seat vacated by Wiley B. Rutledge, Jr.
– Confirmed by the Senate on March 9th, and received commission on March 11th.
– He served as an appellate judge before returning to private practice.
1945 – Service terminated on July 9th, due to resignation.
– He left the bench and founded the Washington, D.C. law firm that still bears his name, Arnold & Porter.
1969 – He died on November.