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Mentschikoff, Soia(1915–84) law educator; born in Moscow, Russia. Child of American citizens, she was brought to the U.S.A. as a child and took her law degree at Columbia University (1937). She practiced law in New York City (1937–49) and taught at Harvard Law School (1947–49) and the University of Chicago Law School (1951–74). She was dean of the University of Miami law school (1974–82). A member of various legal commissions and organizations, she was president of the Association of American Law Schools (1974). She published articles in legal journals and several books including (with coauthor Nicholas Katzenbach) International Unification of Private Law (1961).
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Where are the portraits--or the endowed chairs, or the named awards--to honor extraordinary alumnae like Soia Mentschikoff '37, Bella Abzug '44, and Constance Baker Motley '46?
Columbia alumna Soia Mentschikoff '37 became Dean of the University of Miami Law School in 1974.
The document is signed, sealed, and delivered by Henry King Stanford as president of the University of Miami, and Soia Mentschikoff
as dean of the School of Law.