Saturday, June 15, 2013

Weekend Roundup

  • Over at Concurring Opinions, Danielle Citron plugs Robert Kaczorowski's Fordham University School of Law: A History.  “Ever since the inception of the recession, we have been embroiled in a conversation about legal education–its costs, value, and flaws," she writes.  “Amidst this debate, legal historian Robert Kaczorowski has written a brilliant and engrossing history of Fordham Law School, one that highlights, among many issues, the struggles that law schools have with their universities about the funds they generate.”  More.  
  • The Washington Post's story on the National Archives' Founders Online project, is here.  The project puts on the web “over 119,000 searchable documents, fully annotated,” by or relating to George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams (and family), Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison, “from the authoritative, federally funded Founding Fathers Papers projects.”
  • Emory Law's profile of LHB Founder Mary L. Dudziak is here
 Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.

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