This course will examine the early law practice of Thurgood Marshall. The Fall 2012 class will focus on state and federal lawsuits brought by Marshall in 1936-1944 that ended racial discrimination in the salaries paid to public school teachers. This is a research seminar that will give special attention to primary sources, including trial court filings and exhibits, court docket entries, hearing transcripts, pre-litigation administrative proceedings, contemporaneous correspondence and reports, and press accounts.
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|523S (CRN: 96587) Credits: 2|
Fall, 2013 (Twilight).
7 openings. (Limit 10).