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Type: Sound
Title: Interview with Emeritus Professor Horst Lücke – Researcher, Lecturer and Fellow associated with the Adelaide Law School since the late 1950s.
Issue Date: Oct-2006
Series/Report no.: Series 1345 Oral Histories and Interviews;
Abstract: Professor Lucke has been associated with the University since 1959 and considers his time at Adelaide to be the main driver of his academic growth over the years. He began at the University in the role of tutor, moving to Senior Lecturer, Reader in Law, Professor, and Emeritus Professor, occupying the positions of Professor of Law (1967-84), Head of the Law School (1970-72, 1976-78) and Honorary Visiting Research Fellow (1985-1990). Professor Lucke reflects on his time at the University and discusses the evolution of the Adelaide Law School, as it transcended from a small department largely populated by male students into a very large school with a cohort dominated by women.
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