qThis book is an institutional and intellectual history of Fordham Law School recounted in the context of legal education generally. It is unique in identifying the factors that determine a law school's academic quality and in recounting the activities of the ABA and AALS in assuring adequate funding to maintain academic standardsq--The deana#39;s opposition to the New Deal likely predisposed him to oppose President Franklin Roosevelta#39;s acourt packinga scheme. Wilkinson achieved national recognition for his opposition to the Presidenta#39;s plan to pack the Supreme Court.
|Title||:||Fordham University School of Law:|
|Author||:||Robert J. Kaczorowski|
|Publisher||:||Fordham Univ Press - 2012-10-10|