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Struggle for Autonomy

Robert J. Kaczorowski

in Fordham University School of Law

Published by Fordham University Press

Published in print October 2012 | ISBN: 9780823239559
Published online January 2013 | e-ISBN: 9780823239597 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5422/fordham/9780823239559.003.0007
Struggle for Autonomy

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Chapter 7 recounts how Dean Joseph M. McLaughlin accelerated and improved upon the Law School’s modernization initiated by Dean Mulligan. He began the transformation of the Law School into the mainstream of legal education by adopting a more academic orientation of the Law School’s mission and program and adopting many pedagogical reforms and administrative reforms. For example, Dean McLaughlin and separating the Law School’s funding raising from that of Fordham University. The university retarded the Law School’s development by diverting its revenues to subsidize the university’s other divisions. This led to a conflict in 1973 between Fordham University and the ABA and AALS over the university’s financial relationship to the Law School that continued to 1987.

Keywords: Dean Joseph M. McLaughlin; Michael P. Walsh, S.J.; James C. Finlay, S.J.; Professor Robert M. Byrn; Dennis McInerney; fund-raising; student five year plan report; Law School five year plan; law curriculum; law library; budget issues; ABA and AALS reinspection reports; James P. White; hostile relationship between Fordham University and the ABA and AALS; Law School reaccreditation; financial and administrative relationship between the Law School and Fordham University

Chapter.  22237 words.  Illustrated.

Subjects: Social and Cultural History

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