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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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In this interview, conducted by his cousin, Ted Duncan, Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer (1880-1966) discusses the founding of the university and his other professional endeavors. The interview covers the founding of Suffolk Law School in…

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Pictured: Professors Guy V. Slade, Thomas C. Eccles, Southworth, McCarthy, Smith, O'Connor, William B. Masterson, John Griffin

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

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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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Jeanne M. Hession (JD 1956) was the first woman elected Suffolk University Law School President (1955) and the first woman appointed to Suffolk University's Board of Trustees (1973), served as Vice-Chair from 1976-1996

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Jeanne M. Hession (JD 1956) was the first woman elected Suffolk University Law School President (1955) and the first woman appointed to Suffolk University's Board of Trustees (1973), served as Vice-Chair from 1976-1996

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Scanned from a copy of the Suffolk Law Register 11/1916, Vol. 2. "The Suffolk Law School was here founded September 19, 1906. The bay window marks the first lecture room. In this window were hung transparent glass signs 'Archer's Evening Law…

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The Suffolk University Law School Register was likely the university's first publication (1915)

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Features stories about the 30th anniversary of Law School (SULS), a poem by Agnes Carr "Through the Years" to mark the occasion, and a head shot of Gleason Archer

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Nelson D. Simons (JD 1925) was the first Native American graduate of Suffolk University Law School. He was later elected chief of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe.
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