Northwestern University School of Law: The Law School Development Program1929 October 5
Northwestern University School of Law: The Law School Development Program
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Description: This special issue of the Bulletin (no. II) details the Law School's strategy for development. The title page features the subtitle "(The Law School's Part in the Development of Scientific Control of Government)."
Law School Development Program
Law School Development Program
1929 October 5
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Bulletin No II Law School Development Program Published Distributed Development Committee Trustees Northwestern University MELVIN A TRAYLOR Chairman ARTHUR ANDERSEN Vice Chairman GEORGE A McKINLOCK ALBERT E CROSS FRED W SARGENT ARTHUR W CUTTEN CHARLES W SCHWEPPE MRS ARTHUR M LONG CHARLES H THORNE RAYMOND C WIEBOLDT Ex Officio Members WALTER DILL SCOTT ROBERT W CAMPBELL WM A DYCHE GEORGE A IASO \' Chairman Law School Development Committee FREDERIC P VOSE Vice Chairman FORE WORD FRANK O LOWDEN FOREWORD FRANK LOWDEN SINNISSIPPI FARM OREGON ILLINOIS Dear Dean Green " Law School' Part Development Scientific Control Government" Indeed Dean \ Vigmore Northwestern University Law School New Many Law Economics Politics Just vVith Dean Leon Green Very Signed Frank Lowden Northwestern University School Law East Chicago Avenue Chicago Illinois Law School Development Program Law School' Part Development Scientific Control Government By Faculty Northwestern University School Law Approved President Executive Committee Board Trustees University THE LAW SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM GENERAL FACTORS Government Their · relati Walter Lippman " " N ' There First Those These Nothing On A ' Directly No ' mem He ' Why ? 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The Faculty of Northwestern University School of Law; Lowden, Frank O. (foreword), “Northwestern University School of Law: The Law School Development Program,” PLRC Collections, accessed January 20, 2022, https://plrccollections.org/items/show/404.