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Greetings, I am in the initial stages of writing a legal history of the United States and wanted to include the history of the ASLH. In particular I am curious about the membership and leadership of the ASLH over its existence. Has there always been a large majority of law professors both in the membership and in leadership positions? Are there any histories of the society I should know about? I would appreciate any comments both on or off list. Many thanks, Williamjames Williamjames Hull Hoffer, J.D., Ph. D. Associate Professor, History Department Seton Hall University Williamjames.Hoffer@shu.edu 973-275-2184 Fahy Hall 343