Professor pens memoir on law school’s journey
May 04, 2011
A Law School History
Crystalling the Legacy: Stories and Reflections on the Accreditation Era of a Law School
By Ron Lansing, Professor Emeritus
“In 1965, an eighty-year-old Northwestern College of Law joined a century-old Lewis & Clark College and together set upon a voyage in world turbulent times to reach acceptance in the American family of accredited law education. Crystalling the Legacy is the story of the decade that followed – a long journey told as a memoir by its older wayfarer, Ron Lansing. The course wended its way through the forest beyond the classroom and the cloister, all the while erecting a school and schooling within. In that trek, the reader is given insight into the standards to which law educators are put and by which lawyers are formed. “
Ronald B. Lansing is a Professor of Law Emeritus at Lewis & Clark Law School. Ron taught at the law school for forty-three years.
Crystalling the Legacy can be ordered online. The book sells for $20 including shipping.
Questions? Contact Robin Jerke, Assistant Dean of Alumni Relations