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<, vey · the limi~iQns and imperfections of, DWight. Inn, Phi Delta Phi, will have - Jiiw in""oealingwith socialproblems, such as , its.next meeting on ThUrsday, October 19, the Karen ~ Qui~ ease, or the abor\ 1978at 5 p.in. in room604. .• .. , . . . ~ tion issue; but at the same time demonstrate _ . The friiternity:,~a school service I~~r ·.that.it's like the choice between.death and : ., since 1899, invitesall.new~andoldmembers old ·age.· Old '.age_ isn't so bad when :y-oi.i . ,' •.. tO attend this meeting. - ·-. - . · . · • conside"r.the alternatives." Dean Bruce·andt . -··.; . '.Weinvit6'theentireN-YLScommuni--:.DeanE. DonaldShapirohavebeenfriend~ _ . . . Dean.l):lruett_ · · ty. to' ~atch the bulletfu. boards for an- :sine({ 1959,when Dean Bruce was-in charge they did what they· had to do to .become ·'nouilcements-concernbig our''AnriuaJ.Fall of continuing.legal education at. Harvard competitive." He addsthat NYLS's loea.· Dinner:.;Ifarice. Tick~ts traditionRlly : sell Law ~ School, and' Dean Shapiro :was in· tion provides students with a tremendous · fast:soaon~.be left out! - ~ . . ~ .. . du~rge .of continuing legal educa'tiOn~ithe adjunct faculty.~.. . . '.- ~ ·~ > : - ~Jonah Triebwasser Univ~r8ity of .Michi~n Law School. "We 'NYLS didn't waste .time using Dean 1 ·· - : · • , ',~used. to publicize each other's programs.. ._Bruce's skills. "When I first got here I was -------------------"-'"""'""----------------~ . When he· publicized a""Program; he really'~ pitched righf into the middle of so. many . publici.Zed it. He's really an increrubly dy- ·: p~ojects -:-- I spent· half of my days. in the ·:; naJ!}ic adminiStrator." ··~. . ,--· . ·. · . Dean's office meeting people and talking to .. . Deap:Bruce also knew_Professor Joel · theni about schedules. Mainly I was work, Mai-tel when ~e :Wasa student a~ :Hru-V:iid ing ori the cumcul~m. interviewing fliculty 'Law Sc}lool,.and testified to how "exceed- members and·adjunct faculty to-see what · mgly bright". Our Property-Con8titutiC>riar they wanted to teach. This school has ad·~ La~ pfc)fessor was student. "He's got ded an enormous nu,_mberof elective cour. a 'feally-amaZjngcareer ahead of him.", ses, and now those courses need to be eval,Pean Likes the Strength of Faclilty uated and categorized' to be· sure we ' , Dean Bruce is_ pleased.· 'Yith the haven't missed important areas of the law . strength. of,the NYLS ·faculty;, "They.'.ve.: th,at students should be.exposed to." . done a. remar~bly fine j90 of recruitment;~ -.~ D~an Bruce ,t~ ~)'.'i.-S ~- making -,Ws ·no. easy task/'. He attriblit~s·inuch of:' e~eptional progress;dueto its-l~!J.dership, the credit to-Dean Shapiro. "He has a vecy' · location;: : and .weµ,:.91;1alified":':::~tµdents.: : ~de c!rcle of,acquaintances ilJ the toplev~ "Th.e:e's:a. lot _g9ing'.. on: pery.:;lt:~~a very_· els of the law because he's been in law exc1tmg place. · GOod students;. excellent· schooladininistration for so mariy'years; in. Ja~ul~y, good facilities~. ~cf With the new Michigan and New York, and at the Pr.ic- building,-the place will be really_fantastic. "tising Law Im~itµte. He's a i}er8onwhq's It's· a gre~t location;· right in the very cen. -just ~op@ priented, and thatm3.kes·re- ter of the American legal profession. What · cruitments a. goOd Cleal easier:· Also,· the ·· finer location could you ask for in a law. , 'l'_!iistees . deie~gd some, time ago t~at ,. sch~l than being two or three blocks from ·---.,.-..,...,._,._,,.....__...._ .......,....__..;..;;......;. ......;. ......._.;...__ '-'. Hiey_were going to: be~ competitive, ··and~. all these courthouses?" •

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Equitas, vol X, no. 2, October 1978  

Equitas, vol X, no. 2, October 1978  

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