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October 03, 2008


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Dan Ernst

I've just posted about this on Legal History Blog. If you put up other audio or video of other such luminaries, I'd be happy to point to your posts. Is the filmed lecture of lecture of Soia Mentschikoff that, as I've heard, used to be shown by the AALS to new law teachers extant?



We're currently checking with our library staff to see if they can track this lecture down -- we 'll let you know.

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