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Earl B. Dickerson Conference

The Law School will hold the second Earl B. Dickerson Centennial Conference Friday, April 16.
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New Databases: Almanac of the Federal Judiciary and The American Bench

The Library now subscribes to two online directories of judges: The American Bench: Judges of the Nation and the Almanac of the Federal Judiciary.
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Women who made legal history: Sarah E. Goode

For Women's History Month, the D'Angelo Law Library honors Sarah E. Goode, one of the first African-American women to receive a patent from the United States government. She was granted a patent from the USPTO for a folding cabinet bed on July 14, 1885.
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Women who made legal history: Patsy Mink

Patsy Mink, J.D.'51, was a political pioneer, a major supporter of Title IX legislation, and achieved many "firsts" as an Asian American woman.
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