Robinson G. Anderson

Professor of Law, 1910-1911


Anderson was a graduate of Upper Iowa University, and earned a Master of Philosophy and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Iowa.  He had previous experience as a teacher and had practiced law for five years.  He had also been a member of the editorial staff at West Publishing Co.  At the time he joined the Trinity College Law School, the faculty only consisted of Anderson himself, Samuel Fox Mordecai, and Robert P. Reade. However there were also two adjunct professors, one of political science, and one of history.

Sources:

Several Additions Made, New Bern Weekly Journal, 3 (August 9, 1910)

Trinity College (Durham, N.C.), Annual Catalogue of Trinity College [serial]

Courses Taught

Contracts

Negotiable Instruments

Domestic Relations

Wills and Administration

Suretyship

Evidence

Pleading and Procedure

Bankruptcy