Jean Camper Cahn Law school co-founder

January 09, 1991

A memorial service for Jean Camper Cahn, a Baltimore-born lawyer who helped establish federal financing of legal services for the poor and was a co-founder of the now closed Antioch School of Law in Washington, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Whitestone Baptist Church, 3001 Baker St.

Services for Mrs. Cahn, who was 55, were held Sunday in Miami Beach, Fla. She died Jan. 2 of breast cancer at her home there.

She is survived by her husband, Edgar S. Cahn; two sons, Jonathan Cahn of Baltimore and Reuben Cahn of Boynton Beach, Fla.; her mother, Florine Camper of Baltimore; two brothers, Nixon Camper and John Camper, both of Baltimore; and three sisters, Elizabeth Jones, Mary Lou Redd and Ella Johns, all of Baltimore.

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