An hour-long interview with Dorothy Landsberg, former Chair of the KMTG Board, has been added to the oral history holdings of the Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library.
In 1974, Landsberg was a researcher for the House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Inquiry investigation into the Watergate Scandal. The facts unearthened by Dorothy and her colleagues led to the resignation of President Nixon in August 1974.
Dorothy Landsberg had a long and distinguished career at KMTG where she was a long-time shareholder and former practice group manager of the firm's Labor & Employment Group before becoming Board Chair. She retired from the practice of law in 2006 and subsequently joined University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law where she now serves as Director, Legal Clinics and Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills.
KMTG honors Dorothy for her contribution to the Nixon Library's historical collection. She is one of only 150 individuals so honored. Others interviewed include Carl Bernstein, Robert Bork, Bob Dole, Daniel Ellsberg, David Frost, Alexander Haig, John Kerry, G. Gordon Liddy, George McGovern and William Safire.
The full interview can be heard here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnN39puWopM