After spending an academic year at the University of Chicago Law School as a visiting Professor, Paul Bator expounds upon the uniqueness of Chicago as an institution and on the competition and comradery that defines the faculty and the student body. He ends with a series of admonitions and advice for the graduating class. Transcript of a speech given at the Third Year Dinner in May, 1979.
"Speech to Graduating Class of The University of Chicago Law School,"
The University of Chicago Law School Record: Vol. 25
, Article 2.
Available at: http://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/lsr/vol25/iss2/2