A Rushed, Opinionated, and Incomplete History of Legal Education and of Boston University School of Law, Part 2

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The second part of Seipp's talk brought the story up to the present day, through the experiences of students and careers of graduates from the early 1900s, through the dislocations of World War Two and student protests around 1970, and to the proliferation of clinics, journals, and programs over recent decades. We learned which BU graduates founded the other Boston law schools and which founded law schools on the other side of the country and on the other side of the globe.

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