Some Advice to the Prospective Dean of a New Law School
Barrett, Edward L., Jr.
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Provides advice to prospective law school deans regarding the planning for the law school, size of the school, faculty and administrative personnel, the physical facility, the law library, recruiting and financing students, and other relevant matters. The article provides encouragement to the inaugural dean of Texas Tech School of Law.
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