The College of Law, an outgrowth of a course in law established at the University in 1869, is the oldest Catholic law school in the United States. In the reorganization of the University in 1905 the department of law was given the status of a college, and since then it has enjoyed a steady growth. The College is a member of the 'Association of American Law Schools, an organization of ninety-eight law schools, including the leading university schools of the country, and is rated as approved by the Council on Legal Education of the American Bar Association.
OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION
OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION (Faculty)
Housing and Health
Notre Dame Lawyer, Moot Court
Requirements for Admission and Graduation
THE PROGRAM OF COURSES IN LAW
Fees and Expenses
Natural Law Institute
University of Notre Dame, "Bulletin of the University of Notre Dame College of Law 1955-56, Volume 52, Number 3" (1955). Bulletins of Information. 17.