Abraham Samuel Goldstein

Abraham Samuel Goldstein

Abraham Samuel Goldstein (July 27, 1925 in Manhattan, New YorkAugust 20, 2005 in Woodbridge, Connecticut) was the 11th dean of Yale Law School from 1970 to 1975.


* Wolfgang Saxon: [http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/24/nyregion/24goldstein.html Abraham Goldstein, Yale Dean, Has Died at 80] , in: New York Times (August 24, 2005)

NAME=Goldstein, Abraham Samuel
SHORT DESCRIPTION=law professor at Yale Law School
PLACE OF BIRTH=Manhattan, New York
DATE OF DEATH=August 20, 2005
PLACE OF DEATH=Woodbridge, Connecticut

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