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A three-year study to examine the need for a second law college in Arizona was submitted to the Board of Regents and the College of Law was approved in 1964. Willard Pedrick reported to the ASU campus on July 1, 1966, assembled the faculty and the library and opened the College of Law in September 1967.

For more information about the College of Law, please visit:http://www.law.asu.edu/

Willard H. Pedrick, Founding Dean of the College of Law, 1967

Willard H. Pedrick,
Founding Dean of the College of Law (1967),
in the Willard H. Pedrick Hall
UP UPC ASUD L38 #1 Pedrick

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