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FAMU College of Law Original Alumni List

 

Class of 1968
 

The College of Law’s rich tradition of excellence dates back to its original founding. On December 21, 1949, a division of law was established at the then Florida A&M College, and the first class was admitted in 1951. In 1966 the Florida Board of Control (later known as the Board of Regents) withdrew its permission for the institution to admit law students, and two years later, the law school graduated its last class and closed its doors. Between 1954 and 1968, the law school graduated 57 students men and women who have gone on to make significant contributions to the legal profession both within the state and throughout the nation.

Below is a listing of the graduates from the original

FAMU COLLEGE of LAW

 

Remus C.E. Allen

 

Henry Edward Jones, Jr.

Abraham L. Bassie

 

Arthenia Joyner

Jennings Best

 

Harry S. Juster

Thomas D. Broadwater

 

Howard Gore Knight

Richard Burdine

 

Benjamin F. Lampkin, Jr.

Augustus F. Caine

 

Vernon M. Lee

Timothy Castell

 

William Lewin, II

Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry

 

William C. Lewis

Allen Turner Clark, III

 

Theries C. Lindsey

Lorenza Collins

 

Daniel D. Mangiamele

Henry A. Collins, Jr.

 

James W. Matthews

Freddie Coward

 

Ralph Eugene Maultsby

John Due, Jr.

 

Jesse J. McCrary

Ed Duffee, Jr.

 

Darrel A. McGhee

Ralph L. Flowers

 

Perker Lee Meeks

Rosa H. Foote

 

Irving L. Mills, Jr.

Bernice Gaines

 

Samuel  Moncur

Joseph A. Gersham

 

Samuel P. Nesbitt

Horace D. Goode, Jr.

 

Bertram W.N. Perry

Cornelius W. Grant

 

Hemphill Pride, Jr.

George A. Grogan, Jr.

 

Glenn D. Pritchett

Alcee Hastings

 

Edward Rodgers, Sr.

Elbert Hatchett

 

Hiram Seymour

Jerry Hill

 

Henry Thompson

Charles Henry Jackson

 

Herman B. Walden

Benjamin D James, Jr.

 

William Waterman

Odell Johns

 

Frank H. White

Kellon Jones

 

Isiah J. Williams, III

 

 

Bette Winbish