February 16, 2005
Law Schools -- A No-Brainer
Posted by Christine Hurt

I am participating in a faculty seminar this semester on Catholic Higher Education. Our first reading assignment was a book by Philip Gleason: Contending With Modernity. The book chronicles the development of Catholic colleges and universities from 1900 until about 1960. In describing why many Jesuit universities added law schools between 1900 and 1920, the author quotes a former Fordham president as saying "Given a good location in a large city, with a good faculty, and a reasonably good library, any law school can take care of itself."

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