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History of the Yale Law School to 1915 (Yale Law Library Publications, No. 1, 3-4, 7.) by Frederick C. Hicks ISBN 13: 9781584771753

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History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Reprint w/new intro. & index
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History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Reprint w/new intro. & index

by Hicks, Frederick C.; Morris Cohen (introduction)

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2001. ISBN-13:9781584771753; ISBN-10: 1584771755. Classic History of Yale Law School Hicks, Frederick C. History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Introduction by Morris L. Cohen [1927-2010], Professor of Law, Yale Law School. ix, 301 pp. Illustrated. Clark, NJ: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2001, 2018. ISBN-13:9781584771753; ISBN-10: 1584771755. Cloth bound, smythe sewn hardcover. Fine. $35. * This book collects four classic studies that form a history of Yale Law School to 1915: The Founders and the Founders' Collection, From the Founders to Dutton 1845-1869, 1869-1894 Including The County Court House Period and 1895-1915 Twenty Years of Hendrie Hall. A fascinating collection, these essays are distinguished by their colorful anecdotes and careful use of archival sources. Illustrated. Index. A lawyer by training, FREDERICK C. HICKS was one of the great American law librarians of the twentieth century. Most of his career was spent at Yale, where he was a professor of law and law librarian from 1928 to… Read More
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History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Reprint w/new intro. & index
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History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Reprint w/new intro. & index

by Hicks, Frederick C.; Morris Cohen (introduction)

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9781584771753
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1584771755
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2001. ISBN-13:9781584771753; ISBN-10: 1584771755. Classic History of Yale Law School Hicks, Frederick C. History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Introduction by Morris L. Cohen [1927-2010], Professor of Law, Yale Law School. ix, 301 pp. Illustrated. Clark, NJ: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2001, 2018. ISBN-13:9781584771753; ISBN-10: 1584771755. Hardcover. New. $39.95 * This book collects four classic studies that form a history of Yale Law School to 1915: The Founders and the Founders' Collection, From the Founders to Dutton 1845-1869, 1869-1894 Including The County Court House Period and 1895-1915 Twenty Years of Hendrie Hall. A fascinating collection, these essays are distinguished by their colorful anecdotes and careful use of archival sources. Illustrated. Index. A lawyer by training, FREDERICK C. HICKS was one of the great American law librarians of the twentieth century. Most of his career was spent at Yale, where he was a professor of law and law librarian from 1928 to 1944. A prolific scholar,… Read More
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