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1866

Daniel Read Offered Presidency of University of Missouri

1866
Daniel Read Offered Presidency of University of Missouri

1867

University of Missouri Board of Curators vote to establish law department

1867

1872

Philemon Bliss Becomes First Dean of the University of Missouri Law School

1872
Philemon Bliss Becomes First Dean of the University of Missouri Law School

1872

University of Missouri Law Formally Opened

1872
University of Missouri Law Formally Opened

1896

Carey May Carrol Becomes First Known Woman Graduate of MU Law

1896
Carey May Carrol Becomes First Known Woman Graduate of MU Law

1936

Lloyd Gaines Applies to University of Missouri School of Law

1936
Lloyd Gaines Applies to University of Missouri School of Law

1938

Gaines Won His Case Before the United States Supreme Court in State of Missouri ex rel Gaines v. Canada

1938
Gaines Won His Case Before the United States Supreme Court in State of Missouri ex rel Gaines v. Canada

1963

Joan Krauskopf Becomes First Female Faculty at Mizzou Law

1963
Joan Krauskopf Becomes First Female Faculty at Mizzou Law

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1968

Harold (Doc) L. Holliday, Jr. Becomes the First Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1968
Harold (Doc) L. Holliday, Jr. Becomes the First Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1969

Lynwood J. Evans is Second Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1969
Lynwood J. Evans is Second Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1969

Joyce Otten Appointed as First Female Missouri Associate Circuit Judge

1969
Joyce Otten Appointed as First Female Missouri Associate Circuit Judge

1979

Irene J. Smith Becomes First Female Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1979
Irene J. Smith Becomes First Female Black Student to Graduate from Mizzou Law

1979

Ellen Roper Becomes First Woman Circuit Judge in Missouri

1979
Ellen Roper Becomes First Woman Circuit Judge in Missouri

1984

Michael E. Melton becomes first Black MU Law graduate registered patent attorney

1984
Michael E. Melton becomes first Black MU Law graduate registered patent attorney