William Perry Rogers (b. 1857; d. 1921) became Dean of the Indiana University School of Law upon the death of the school’s first Dean, David Banta, in 1896. Rogers attended Indiana University from 1877 to 1880, but was unable to finish at that time. He served as a student and assistant in the law office of Buskirk & Duncan for several years before entering the active practice of law in in the early 1880s. He practiced law in Bloomington until 1892, the year he was granted an LL.B. from Indiana University and became a Professor of Law. He received his A.B. from the University in 1895. He left Indiana in 1902 to become Dean of the University of Cincinnati’s Law School. Listed below are some of Dean Roger's writings. For a complete list of William Rogers' writings click here. Also listed below are writings about William Rogers, along with miscellaneous materials related to Rogers.
Writings by Dean William Rogers
In Memoriam, W. P. Rogers
Is Law a Field for Woman's Work?, William P. Rogers
Writings about Dean William Rogers
Rogers, William P., Joseph E. Henley
Misc. Materials related to Dean William Rogers
History Lesson Comes From Grant Street Inn, Lyndsey Williams