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Howard University School of Law opened its doors in 1869 during a time of dramatic change in the United States. There was a great need to train lawyers who would have a strong commitment to helping black Americans secure and protect their newly established rights. The objective of the School of Law is to produce superior professionals, capable of achieving positions of leadership in law, business, government, education, and public service. Most importantly, it is dedicated to producing “social engineers.” The school has produced national leaders in the political and legal profession such as Thurgood Marshall, L. Douglas Wilder, and Emma Gillett. This collection showcases students, staff, and faculty of Howard University's prestigious School of Law.

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Howard University School of Law opened its doors in 1869 during a time of dramatic change in the United States. There was a great need to train lawyers who would have a strong commitment to helping black Americans secure and protect their newly established rights. The objective of the School of Law is to produce superior professionals, capable of achieving positions of leadership in law, business, government, education, and public service. Most importantly, it is dedicated to producing “social engineers.” The school has produced national leaders in the political and legal profession such as Thurgood Marshall, L. Douglas Wilder, and Emma Gillett. This collection showcases students, staff, and faculty of Howard University's prestigious School of Law.

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