A centennial history of Rutgers law school in Newark : opening a thousand doors

Tractenberg, Paul L., 1938-
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  • Creator Paul Tractenberg
  • Format Books
  • Publication Charleston, SC : The History Press, 2010.
  • Physical Details
    • 192 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • ISBNs 9781596298224, 1596298227
  • OCLC ocn560562350

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-186) and index.

Contents

  • The voices and visions of Rutgers Law School -- The early years (1908-1946) : from a start-up proprietary law school to the State University Law School -- The tumultuous middle years (1947-1967) : Rutgers Law contends with postwar booms, hot and cold wars and urban upheaval -- The years of transformation (1968-1977) : from a traditional white male commuter school to the "People's Electric Law School" -- The tumultuous later years (1978-2008) : hanging on to the magic or reverting to tradition (The People's Electric Law School short-circuited or recharged) -- The voices and visions of Rutgers Law : concluding the centennial history -- The next one hundred years of Rutgers Law (2009 and beyond)
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