Orientation Program in American Law Subject File, 1963-73, 1975-76
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Brief Description:

Orientation Program in American Law (OPAL) Subject File includes correspondence and reports from E. Allen Farnsworth (Director, 1964-67), A. Kenneth Pye (Director, 1967-69), Melvin G. Schimm (Director, 1969-71), and Michael Cardozo (Executive Director) with the advisory committee regarding foundation funding, project management, curriculum, faculty and participants.  OPAL provided an orientation in American law for foreign students coming to the U.S. to attend law schools.  The OPAL program consisted of nine-week summer session seminars held at Princeton University (1965-68) and Brown University (1969-70).

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Record Series Number: 14/80/710
Created by: Association of American Law Schools
Volume: 2.3 cubic feet
Acquired: 08/23/1989.
More information is available at https://files.archon.library.illinois.edu/uasfa/1480710.pdf
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Access Restrictions: Restricted
Subject Index
Association of American Law Schools
Association of American Law Schools - Finances and Administration
Association of American Law Schools - Legal Education
Federal Aid to Education
Ford Foundation
Genres/Forms of Material
Papers