Daniel D. Smith to law school applicant, 1972

Letter sent from International School of Law (ISL) Dean, Daniel D. Smith to potential applicants to the ISL. This letter was mailed during the middle of 1972 to approximately six hundred law school applicants from the Washington, D.C. area whose applications were turned down at other law schools. The letter invites them investigate the ISL, which would open for the first time in the fall of 1972. Thirty two students enrolled during the first semester. Mimeograph, One page.

Creator : International School of Law

Date : 1972

Source : Daniel D. Smith International School of Law collection Box 1

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Citation: International School of Law, “Daniel D. Smith to law school applicant, 1972 ,” A History of George Mason University, accessed April 3, 2020, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/193.