College of Law The College of Law is a member of the Association of American Law Schools which is the highest accrediting agency for law schools in the United States and it is also approved by the American Bar Association. The college, the only law school in Idaho, develops communicative ability, deepens intellectual maturation in its students and provides sound training to pursue the professional study of Law.
M ENARD, JR.
Dean, College of Law
The College of Law of the University of Idaho is one of the smallest of the accredited law schools in the United States. Fortunately, size is no measure of quality in the legal world. Indeed smallness permits a continuing personal contact between faculty and student for three years. At times this closeness probably seems a dubious blessing on both sides of the platform as personalities grate a bit. But it does obviate the almost universal complaint of the student of today "I am only a number overwhelmed by the system." This issue of the Gem of the Mountains marks the graduation of thirty-eight young lawyers. Speaking now to them in particular we do not celebrate an ending but a transition from junior partnership to full membership in our profession for which we are convinced by personal knowledge that you are highly qualified.-DEAN MENARD
School Faculty and Senior
Seated: Prof. C. Bell, Dean A. 1\fenard, Prof. 1â€˘ Vierra, Prof. C. Hawley. First row: 1\f. ~loore, C. Haight, J. Selhnan, W. Bithell, S. Samuels, J. Crimes, J. Risch, R. Craves, S. Foster, W. D erbidge. Second row: K. Shurtliff, W. Priest, J. Warner, L. Westberg, C. ~looney, P. McDermott, K. Wiebe, R. Greener, L. Eliasen, F. Hodgson, K. Taylor, W. Morton, R. Monahan, R. Trabert, C. Nelson. Rear: C. Kozak, L. Suko, C. Merrick, D. Smith, R. Drummond, E. Brune, P. Jauregui, M. Williamson.
1968 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 66 - University of Idaho Yearbook