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Are Black Colleges Producing Today's African-American Lawyers?

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In past years, almost all of America's black lawyers came from historically black colleges and universities because these schools were the only ones that would admit black students. Today, it appears that black colleges are producing increasingly fewer of the nation's black lawyers.

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1997-01-01

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higher education; black colleges; black universities; black lawyers; law schools

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Required Publisher Statement: © Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

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