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