Our law school at the University of San Diego is, by almost any standard, a small one. Over two-thirds of our students attend the part-time division; the day school numbers less than sixty. Only one hundred men and one woman have earned degrees since the school was founded, originally as a night school, some ten years ago. Our school is not endowed; our graduates are just beginning to make their presence truly known in local legal circles. The first gift from alumni to the school-in the form of a cash prize for outstanding work by a student-was received on December 10, 1963.
George W. Hickman Jr.,
San Diego L. Rev.
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