Bruce A. Kimball

Photo of Bruce A. KimballPhoto | Boston College Law School Office of Communications Bruce A. Kimball is Professor in Philosophy and History of Education at The Ohio State University and a former Guggenheim Fellow. He is coauthor, with Daniel R. Coquillete, of the prize-winning On the Battlefield of Merit: Harvard Law School, the First Century.

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Cover: The Intellectual Sword: Harvard Law School, the Second CenturyThe Intellectual Sword: Harvard Law School, the Second CenturyKimball, Bruce A.
Coquillette, Daniel R.
HARDCOVER05/26/2020$49.95
Cover: On the Battlefield of Merit: Harvard Law School, the First CenturyOn the Battlefield of Merit: Harvard Law School, the First CenturyCoquillette, Daniel R.
Kimball, Bruce A.
HARDCOVER10/23/2015$39.95
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