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HOWARD B. LESNICK Jefferson B. Fordham Professor of Law
The Moral Stake in Education: Contested Premises and Practices (co-author Joan F. Goodman) (Allyn and Bacon, 2000)

Personal Fulfillment in the Changing World of Law Practice: Opportunities and Obstacles, 72 Temple Law Review 101 (2000)


A. LEO LEVIN Leon Meltzer Professor of Law Emeritus was presented with the 2001 American Bar Association Judicial Division Lawyers Conference “Award of Excellence in Judicial Administration” at the ABA’s meeting in Chicago in August.

BRUCE H. MANN Professor of Law and History, along with Christopher L. Tomlins of the American Bar Foundation, organized “The Many Legalities of Early America” Conference for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. The conference papers were compiled and published in volume with the same title in April. Professor Mann co-edited the volume. He continues to serve as a member of the Board of Directors and chair of the Publications Committee for the American Society for Legal History, and as a member of the Advisory Council of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
A Republic of Debtors: Law and Failure in the Age of American Independence (Harvard University Press, Forthcoming 2002)

The Death and Transfiguration of Early American Legal History, (Afterword) in The Many Legalities of Early America, eds. Bruce H. Mann and Christopher L. Tomlins (University North Carolina Press, 2000)

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