The Northwestern Law Reporter

The Northwestern Law Reporter

About the Collection

The Reporter (1949-1981) began in 1949 as an eight-page newsletter created to inform alumni, friends, and colleagues of the achievements and events of Northwestern University School of Law and its community of students, faculty, and alumni. The Reporter was originally a student publication, and its founding editors were members of what was then called the Junior Bar Association (now known as the Student Bar Association). In 1981, it was succeeded by the Northwestern Reporter (1981-1997), and grew into a substantial magazine. Together the two publications ran for nearly a half century, chronicling everything from the Law School’s sponsorship of the first-ever conference of law reviews in 1949 to a 1996 program commemorating the efforts of Law School faculty and students in overturning the wrongful death penalty conviction of Rolando Cruz. In 2012, the magazine made a comeback with a new name, Northwestern Law Reporter (2012- ) and is currently in production.

Dublin Core

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
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This digital collection was the vision of David S. Ruder, and the digitatization was funded by his generous support. Professor Ruder was the William W. Gurley Memorial Professor of Law Emeritus. A member of the Northwestern Law faculty since 1961, Professor Ruder was Dean of the Law School from 1977-1985, and Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1987-1989. He remained a part of the Law School faculty until his passing in 2020.

Shan Jiang was project manager for this digitization. Special thanks to Claire Stewart, Dan Zellner, and Paul Clough of the Northwestern University Library Digital Collections Department for advice, technical support, and loading content, and for hosting the collection in Northwestern Books. Scanning was performed by Backstage Library Works. Copyright 1949-1997 & 2011, Northwestern University School of Law.
To view digitized issues of the Reporter since 2012, please visit this website.

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