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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

12-1-2012

Abstract

In 1850, Bowdoin College turned to former Harvard professor Simon Greenleaf when it sought to establish a law school. Although the school did not materialize, Greenleaf wrote a remarkable report that reveals anxieties about the profession, competing visions of legal education, and controversies over the meaning of the science of law in antebellum New England.

Publication Title

New England Quarterly

First Page

695

Last Page

734

Comments

Originally published 85(4) The New England Quarterly 695-734 (Dec. 2012). © 2012 by The New England Quarterly.

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Originally published 85(4) The New England Quarterly 695-734 (Dec. 2012). © 2012 by The New England Quarterly.

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