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1964 Perigrinus: The University of Texas School of Law

by University of Texas Law School Yearbook

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1964. [University of Texas Law School]. Calvin, Aubrey, editor. 1964 Perigrinus: The University of Texas School of Law. [Austin: Perigrinus, 1964]. 232 pp. Cloth, moderate shelfwear, internally clean. $50. * Notable individuals featured in this yearbook include Dean Page W. Keeton, an authority on torts, and, among the students, Steve Susman.

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Title
1964 Perigrinus: The University of Texas School of Law
Author
University of Texas Law School Yearbook
Book condition
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Date Published
1964
Keywords
LEGAL HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF, TEXAS, LAW SCHOOL, YEARBOOK
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