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Night view of College of Law, Seoul National University #2
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서울대학교 법학대학은 1995년에 근대사법 100주년, 법관양성소 설립을 기준으로 법대 100주년을 맞아 근대법학교육 100주년 기념관을 건립하기로 하였고 1996년 12월 준공하였다.

서울대학교 법과대학에 관한 자세한 내용은 http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/서울대학교_법과대학 를 참고할 것.

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