Project SummaryThis collection documents the career of Morton Holbrook, Jr. who was born in 1914. He was instrumental in drafting judicial reforms which included the requirement that judges must be lawyers. He was also named Kentucky's Outstanding Lawyer of the Year in 1967 and was named to the University of Kentucky Hall of Distinguished Alumni. He discusses his history with educational and judicial reform, his take on then current events such as the 2000 Presidential Election, and relates stories from his long career. He discusses his friends who were also lawyers and how they helped or abstained one way or another on the issues he fought for.