Lewis Daniel "Lew" Sargentich (b. 1944), frequently referred to simply as "Sarge", has been a professor at Harvard Law School since 1973 where he teaches courses tort law and jurisprudence. Sargentich is well known for his remarkable tenure as a student at Harvard Law School, where he both named and first analyzed the First Amendment overbreadth doctrine in a student note . He graduated summa cum laude.

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  • Lewis Daniel "Lew" Sargentich (b. 1944), frequently referred to simply as "Sarge", has been a professor at Harvard Law School since 1973 where he teaches courses tort law and jurisprudence. Sargentich is well known for his remarkable tenure as a student at Harvard Law School, where he both named and first analyzed the First Amendment overbreadth doctrine in a student note . He graduated summa cum laude. He grew up in Alhambra, California, and is the son of Daniel Sargentich, a first-generation American who lost most of his hearing working in copper mines, and Peggy Sargentich, who was known as Margaret until she told a handsome man in a voter registration line that her name was "Peggy" a name that stuck as that man became her husband of 65 years. Sarge is also the brother of Thomas O. Sargentich, the late professor at American University School of law and Karen Sargentich Stafford author of The Obelisk and "Dad Turned 90 on the 4th of July: Daniel Milo Sargentich". He co-authors the popular tort law casebook Tort and Accident Law: Cases and Materials with Gregory Keating and the late Robert Keeton (whose position as editor will be replaced by James Fleming of Boston University Law School in the 2010 edition). (en)
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