Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

President's Report 1957-1958 "The T.C Williams School of Law"

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Title

President's Report 1957-1958 "The T.C Williams School of Law"

Description

The section on segregation from the T.C Williams School of Law's report states that black students are now eligible to attend twenty-five out of the thirty-eight Southern law schools with Vanderbilt School of Law being the latest addition to the list. According to the Association of American Law Schools, it is best to not abandon non-segregation of law schools, but rather to act as a "mediator" to schools so they can "work out their problems as conditions change." University of Richmond continued to be one of the thirteen Southern law schools to not allow black students in its law school.

Source

Virginia Baptist Historical Society, President’s Report (1957-1958): 32.

Publisher

Office of the President, University of Richmond

Date

1957

Language

English

Type

Identifier

PresReport.32-1956.JPG

Coverage

Richmond (Va.)

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Citation

Muse, William T., “President's Report 1957-1958 "The T.C Williams School of Law",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed December 11, 2019, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/1721.