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Creighton University School of Law. Klutznick Law Library

2500 California Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68178

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 402-280-5541

Repository URL: http://www.creighton.edu/law/library/index.php External Link

Repository code: nbocl

Repository description (CRHP): The Creighton Law Library holds videotapes collected as part of the Nebraska Oral Histories project. Over a twenty-year period, Creighton University law professor Richard Shugrue conducted interviews of eighteen judges and politicians from Nebraska and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Repository description (extant): Located in Omaha, Nebraska in view of the Missouri River and the Loess Hills, Creighton University School of Law is a Jesuit Catholic institution educating aspiring attorneys in the theory, practice and ethics of lawyering for over 100 years. Consistent with its mission, the Law School's motto is "educating for service and justice" and its goal is to produce attorneys who not only meticulously care for their clients' needs, but also recognize their own over-arching duty to the profession and society at large.

[. . . ] The Creighton Law Library entrance is located on the second floor of the Ahmanson Law Center. The Ahmanson Law Center is situated at the eastern end of campus on the corner of 21st and Cass Streets.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Nebraska oral histories

 

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