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English: Mabel Walker Willebrandt (May 23, 1889 - April 6, 1963), popularly known to her contemporaries as the "First Lady of Law", was the U.S. Assistant Attorney General from 1921 to 1929, handling cases concerning violations of the Volstead Act, federal taxation, and the Bureau of Federal Prisons during the Prohibition Era.


Mabel Walker Willebrandt 
American Assistant Attorney General
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Date of birth23 May 1889
Woodsdale
Date of death6 April 1963
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