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|Title: ||Curtiss, W. David - Clip 02|
|Authors: ||Curtiss, W. David|
|Keywords: ||Curtiss, W. David|
Law school's participation in life of the university
Opportunity for law students to take courses in other units
White, Andrew Dickson
Rhodes, Frank H.T.
Transition from Arts College to Law School
Law school examinations
Burdens of writing and grading exams
Making judgments about students in academic difficulty
MacDonald, John W.
Muskie, Edmund S.
Loyalty of law school alumni
Young law teachers expected to teach around the curriculum
|Issue Date: ||1988|
|Publisher: ||Cornell Law School|
|Abstract: ||From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Frank Fink; the videographer, Thomas R. Bruce. This video covers reflections by W. David Curtiss on the loyalty of law school alumni, the law school's participation in the university, and the burdens of writing and grading exams and making judgments about students in academic difficulty. (Duration 22:22) 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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