In this Article the authors pay tribute to the school's renowned Sixty-five Club, composed of famed legal scholars who have retired from other institutions and have made significant contributions during their second careers at Hastings. The Article traces the beginnings of the Club and highlights the accomplishments of its early members. The negative effects of mandatory retirement are discussed in the context of judicial and legislative treatment of the issue in recent years.
Marvin J. Anderson and Sue Diamond Lifschiz,
Going Strong--A Hastings Tradition,
29 Hastings L.J. 815
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