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Ivorey Cobb, a 1960 Suffolk University Law School graduate became the first African American to be appointed as a judge in New Hampshire in 1964.

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Catherine T. Judge (JD 1957, LLM 1960) served as the Suffolk University Law School Registrar from 1955-1967. In 1967, she became the Law School's first female full-time teacher and the first female full professor in 1974. Known as the "grande dame…

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Catherine T. Judge (JD 1957, LLM 1960) served as the Suffolk University Law School registrar from 1955-1967. In 1967, she became the Law School's first female full-time teacher and the first female full professor in 1974. She served on the faculty…

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Pictured left to right: Beverly Roby, Malcolm M. Donahue, Jack Robinson, Keesler H. Montgomery, Daniel H. Perlman

A Snapshot of Suffolk University in 1946.doc
Taken from a handwritten document in the Suffolk University Archives that appears to be an unfinished speech by Suffolk University founder Gleason Archer, this speech was found in a GI Bill file, and the institution and places it describes still…

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Hayashi was the first student of Japanese heritage to graduate from Suffolk University Law School.

MulticulturalismOnCampus_1993.pdf
Training session delivered to staff, organized by Office of Multicultural Affairs in 1993: Milieu Management is an administrative approach which views the entire university as a learning environment. All participants cooperate in helping students…

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This scrapbook documents aspects of George Christopher Kendall’s early life and career from 1903-1944. Kendall was born on August 22, 1885 in British Guiana, South America. He was employed as a letter carrier for the government post office from 1901…
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