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|Title: ||Cramton, Roger C. - Clip 01|
|Authors: ||Cramton, Roger C.|
Martin, Peter W.
|Keywords: ||Cramton, Roger C.|
Departure from his position as Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel, 1973
Nixon White House unhappy with his position on Presidential powers
Coming to Cornell Law School as dean, 1973
American Bar Foundation studies of legal education
Faculty recruitment, responding to retirements and expanding faculty
Dimensions of faculty diversity
Introduction of faculty workshops
Building stronger relationship with rest of university
Legal Aid Clinic
First-year small section program
Cornell Law Forum as a vehicle for making the school's quality better known
Encouraging faculty scholarship
Summer research stipends
Need for additional space
Expansion of student financial aid
Rhodes, Frank H.T.
Alumni financial support
Legal Services Corporation Board
Kutak, Robert J.
Carrington, Paul D.
State appellate court reform
US Circuit Courts of Appeal
ABA Task Force on Lawyer Competency
Journal of Legal Education
Summer CLE programs
Role of the dean
Law governing lawyers
American Law Institute (ALI)
Revision of New York legal ethics rules
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2004|
|Publisher: ||Cornell Law School|
|Abstract: ||From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Peter W. Martin; the videographer, Jae-Hyon Ahn. This video covers the circumstances under which Roger Cramton came to Cornell Law School as dean, his deanship and public service activities, and his subsequent teaching and scholarship in the field of professional responsibility. (Duration 59:13) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.|
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