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Brown, Tyrone - Clip 01

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From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer-videographer is Thomas R. Bruce. This video covers Tyrone Brown's reflections on the qualities of Cornell Law School that have particular value for minority students from urban backgrounds: a size and setting that promote concentrate on learning, faculty commitment to teaching, and a community in which students are seen as individuals. (Duration 15:47) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.

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1988-04-16

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Cornell Law School

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Brown, Tyrone; LLB 1967; Minority students; Non-urban environment; Value of being able to concentrate on studies; Faculty accessibility; Macneil, Ian; Hogan, William E.; Ratner, David L.; Thoron, Gray; Schlesinger, Rudolf B.; Students as individuals; Law school size; Faculty dedicated to teaching; Skills important to law firms; Judgment; Teamwork; Respect for others; Motivation and drive; Honesty and integrity; Social commitment

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