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Frank Askin: A People's Prof.

  • Aired: 04/23/2016
  • 26:47
  • Rating: NR
A fond farewell to teaching rarely brings kudos from the nation's highest court. But Frank Askin, leaving Rutgers Law School after 50 years, is no retiring professor. The dean of New Jersey's civil rights bar, he's leaving his mark on New Jersey law, on how law is taught, and on the generations of students he inspired.
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Retiring Rutgers Law Prof. Frank Askin: civil rights icon, mentor to 50 years of students
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