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Fordham Law School Fraternity, Gamma Eta Gamma Courtesy of Rosemary O'Connell. William O'Connell is pictured middle row, 5th from the right. Joseph Shaughnessy is pictured front row, fourth from the left.
Law School graduates at Fordham University
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Students in the Law Library of the Woolworth Building.
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Class of 1933. Portrait includes students as well as Dean, I.M. Wilkinson; Rev. J. F.X. Pyne, Regent; and faculty members J.A. Blake; W.B. Kennedy; A.A. McGivney; and G.W. Bacon
Elizabeth Maud Duffy and four other classmates on graduation day. Photo provided by her son Terence Flannery.
Photo provided by Terence Flannery, son of Elizabeth Maud Duffy, class of 1935.
Clipping from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle featuring students who graduated with scholastic honors, including two Fordham Law graduates: "Elizabeth E. Duffy of 493 1st St. received her Bachelor of Laws degree from Fordham and with it the Fordham prize for the highest average in her division for the year" and "William J. Horrigan of 520 80th St. received his Bachelor of Law degree from Fordham."
Clipping provided by Terence Flannery, son of Elizabeth Maud Duffy,
Fordham Law School
Editorial Board of the Fordham Law Review. The FLR was first published in 1914. With the onset of World War I, publication of the Review stopped and did not launch again until 1935. The photo here was taken in the Library of the Woolworth Building.