Gail Feagles

Oral History Project

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Gail Feagles

Class of 1976

"I'm going to admit to these three law students I have yet to meet, that I am so scatter-brained I have already locked myself out of my apartment."
Gail Feagles recalls her experience moving in before Law School began.
 

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Class of 1976

  • Gail Feagles
    "We were typical law students ... we weren't all out there saying, 'Oh let's solve the problems of the world right now.'"
  • Gail Feagles
    "We had no place to really go to eat; we had vending machines. If you wanted to get something to eat, you had to go over to the main campus."
  • Gail Feagles
    "I still think it was sad, tragic almost, that he fell so far, when he did accomplish so much."
  • Gail Feagles
    "I think being in classes that were almost all men was clearly an adjustment. I had been a French major, and that was primarily all women."
  • Gail Feagles
    "All of a sudden you realized a month or two before the end of the year, that you were going to be examined on all of this material."