Fonds RG 2082 - College of Law Dean's Office fonds

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College of Law Dean's Office fonds

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RG 2082

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  • 1909-2007 (Creation)

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2.12 m of textual records

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Courses in Jurisprudence and Constitutional Government were offered at the University of Saskatchewan as early as 1910-11 as part of the Political Science programme. The following term witnessed an expansion in both the type and number of subjects presented for Honours students. The College, established in 1912, enrolled its first students in 1913-14 for classes offered downtown after working hours (to accommodate articling students) by members of the local legal fraternity. In 1922 responsibility for training and examining law students was transferred from Wetmore Hall in Regina to the College of Law in Saskatoon. The following individuals have served as Dean: A. Moxon (1920-1929); F.C. Cronkite (1929-1961); O.E. Lang (1961-1968); R.C. Carter (1968-1974); D.A. Schmeiser (1974-1975); R.C. Cuming (1975-1976); D.H. Clark (1976-1983); D. Ish (1983-1988); R.P. MacKinnon (1988-1998); K. Roach (1998- ).

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This fonds contains material relating to the students, faculty and administration of the College of Law. These records generally contain correspondence, minutes, reports, and memoranda; as well as considerable material relating to national and provincial professional associations.

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Personal material relating to faculty, staff, and students is restricted.

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