Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-18-2000

Abstract

This paper describes the Yale Law School in the late 1800s. For most of the period, the school's faculty struggled to gain the attention of an unresponsive university administration. At the same time, the faculty pushed for interdisciplinary study that would tie the Law School to the university's other academic departments.

Comments

Paper submitted by Mark Bartholomew for History of American Legal Education course taught by Professor John Langbein. February 18, 2000.

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