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Education, Honors & Awards
Yale Law School; U. of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) - Yale Law School, 1960 – 1963; Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), American Studies - U. of Pennsylvania, 1956 – 1960 (1963)
After practicing law in Washington, D.C., for over a decade, concluding with her position as the Director of the Public Defender Service, Barbara was appointed to the Stanford Law Faculty in 1972. She was the first woman to have done so. Prof. Babcock taught until 2014, and then retired to devote her time to writing. In 2011, Barbara published a book entitled, "Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz," a novel about the first woman to be a lawyer in the West.