Dean Frederick Randolph Anderson
The following information relates to the School from 1985 to 1988.
Location of the Law School
1985: Immaculata, site for new law school building proposed (then abandoned)
1988: Cassell site for law campus studied
Number of students
1986: Approx. 1,000 students enrolled in both the J.D. and LL.M. programs.
Faculty & staff
1985: 38 full-time faculty; 3 law library administrators; First endowed chair, Anne Loeb Bronfman chair in Administrative Law; Raymond I. Geraldson Scholar named; associate dean for institutional advancement, director of development, director of alumni affairs named
1987: 252 J.D., 48 LL.M.
1988: 264 J.D., 44 LL.M.
1986: 250,000 + volumes collection
1986: International Law Journal and The Administrative Law Journal; The Hairy Hand
1987: LL.M. International Newsletter
1988: Tortoise and the Hare; The Unofficial Supplement to the Learned Handbook, by Federalist Society
1985: 120 different courses, seminars, clinics, and field component programs offered
1986: Faculty see WCL as providing specialized expertise to particular federal administrative agencies; China-American Law Summer Program; Legal Methods increased to 2 semesters
1987: Excellent accreditation report except for needed doubling of classroom space, tiered classrooms, moot court facilities
Tuition & Miscellaneous
1985: Tuition $8, 636, full-time
1987: Tuition $11, 804, full-time
Groups & Organizations
1988: International Legal Studies Advisory Board created
1987: AU Women's Political Caucus
- Timeline Brochure: Washington College of Law in Celebration of its Centennial: Facts and Events 1896-1996. Compiled by Karen Monroe, '82; Audrey Pia, '84; Di Horvath '86; Lisa Longo, '88; Susan Notar, '90; Melissa McGill, '94; Lycia Watts, '96; under directio of Dr. Paul Purta, Consultant and former Associate Dean for Institutional Advancement.
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