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S.J. Quinney Law Library Creates New Digital Collection

The S.J. Quinney Law Library at the University of Utah is pleased to announce the recent launch of the Jefferson B. Fordham Digital Collection. Fordham was a vocal supporter of individual rights and racial equality, served as dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s law school from 1952 until 1970, and was a professor of law at the University of Utah for over 19 years. He was a beloved member of the Quinney Law School community and a devoted husband to Rita Ennella Fordham, and father to Robert N. and William C. Fordham. The collection was created by Valeri Craigle (web designer/project manager) and Matthew Pierce (metadata cataloger and scanning technician).

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