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William and Mary law school, nation's oldest, hires first African American dean
by Justin Mattingly

Richmond Times-Dispatch    Translate This Article
18 May 2020

On 18 May 2020 Richmond Times-Dispatch reported: The oldest law school in the U.S. has hired its first African American leader. The College of William and Mary announced Monday [18 May] that A. Benjamin Spencer, a civil procedure and federal courts scholar who teaches law at the University of Virginia, is the new dean of the Williamsburg university's law school. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of education, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

Spencer's father, James R. Spencer, became the first African American federal judge in Virginia in 1986. His grandfather, Adam S. Arnold, was the first African American professor at Notre Dame. 'It's a family tradition it seems,' said Ben Spencer.

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