Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-1997

Abstract

During one twenty-year period, the graduating students of Yale Law School published books in which their views of the school (and to a small extent the faculty's views as well) were captured. This series of books - The Yale Shingle - was published from 1893 to 1912.

My goal in writing this paper is profile student life at Yale as reports in the Shingle. Its life spanned an important time in the school's history - a time of significant change.

Comments

Paper submitted by Maureen J. Arrigo for History of American Legal Education course taught by Professor John Langbein. March, 1997.

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