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Guide to the Papers of Robert B. McKay
||Robert B. McKay Papers
||Robert B. McKay joined the faculty of New York University's School of Law in 1953.
He became Associate Dean of the School of Law in 1963, and served as Dean from 1967
to 1975. McKay was the Director of the Program on Justice, Society and the Individual
of the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies until 1983, when he returned to New
York University to teach. The papers of Robert B. McKay include materials generated
by McKay while serving a variety of directorial, professorial and public service functions,
as well as supplemental research materials used by him.
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