During 1991 the University of Nebraska College of Law celebrates its centennial year, recognizing the action in 1891 of the university's Board of Regents that acquired the privately owned Central Law School and established the college as part of the University of Nebraska. The early-twentieth-century volumes of the college’s Nebraska Law Review were almost exclusively the work of the college's faculty. Each of the eight issues of the first two volumes contained a single article written by a member of the faculty. To celebrate the centennial, the Review is returning to its initial tradition—the lead articles in this issue and the next are by members of the current faculty of the college. They demonstrate not only the richness and diversity of the faculty's scholarly interests but provide a public record of the growth and maturity of the college through its one hundred years.
Introduction: Centennial Showcase of Law College Faculty,
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