Howard Egger Wahrenbrock

Instructor in Law, 1931-1932


Howard Wahrenbrock received his A.B. and J.D. from the University of Michigan in 1925 and 1927 respectively.  He practiced law in Chicago from 1927 to 1929 and served as the research assistant to the Dean of the Law School at the University of Michigan from 1929 to 1930.  Wahrenbrock was hired by Duke Law in 1931 to be the assistant under Malcolm McDermott in the Department of Legislative Research and Drafting.  However in 1932 he decided to take a government counsel position in Washington.  In 1936 he began arguing appeals for the Federal Power Commission, which was the start of a long career in public utility work.  Wahrenbrock died in 2004.

Sources:

Wahrenbrock, Howard Egger, 1931 AALS Directory of Teachers in Member Schools 122

In Memoriam: Howard E. Wahrenbrock, 25 no. 2 Energy Law Journal xiii-xiv (2004)

Law School bulletin - Duke University [serial]. [Durham, N.C. : Duke University, School of Law], 1931-1942.