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Rex E. Lee

Rex E. Lee (February 27, 1935 - March 11, 1996) from St. Johns, Arizona was a revered Constitutional lawyer, an alumnus and 10th president of Brigham Young University from July 1, 1989 through December 31, 1995, clerked[?] for former United States Supreme Court Justice Byron White and served as the United States Solicitor General under the Reagan Admnistration. Even as he fought cancer in his last year as president of BYU, he argued more cases (59) in his life before the Supreme Court than any other lawyer.


  • Rex E. Lee, A Lawyer Looks at the Constitution; Brigham Young University Press; ISBN 0-8425-1904-1 (Softcover, September 1981)
  • Rex E. Lee, What Do Mormons Believe; Deseret Books; ISBN 0-8757-9639-7 (Hardcover, November 1992)

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