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The Graduate School at the University of Mississippi was founded in 1927 and offers graduate degrees (Designated Masters, Masters, Specialist, Doctoral) in more than fifty academic areas. Courses at the graduate level were actually first offered at the University of Mississippi in 1870. However, a definite program of graduate study with a minimum residence requirement of one academic year was first used in 1890. The Graduate School was formally organized in 1927 to coordinate and administer graduate study and research. The Graduate School is located in room 126 of the biology building. Associate Dean Dr. Leland S. Fox Assistant Dean Mr. James C. Brown V- • I • 1 • t , I • • . • I « • ( • I ' • a t « « ft ft « lot ' ft • ' . « ' • • • 170 — Administration
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1 Law The University of Mississippi School of Law. established in 1 854. is the fourth oldest state-supported law school In the United States. Fully approved by the national a ccrediting agencies, the School of Law is a member of the Association of American Law Schools, and is listed as an approved school by the American Bar Association. The new law school building is one of the best designed and equipped law teaching facilities in the country. Twenty-four fuUtime teachers comprise the law faculty and total student enrollment approximates 500 each year. Functionally designed as a model law teaching facility, the building includes six classrooms, three seminar rooms and seating for 465 students in the library reading room and carrels. A unique feature is the Moot Court Area, containing two fully equipped courtrooms, two witness rooms, Jury room. Judges ' chambers, and a videotape viewing room. i. Associate Dean Dr. Thomas Mason Assistant Dean Dr. W. Oliphant Dean David E. Shipley 172 — Administration
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