Collection consists of manuscripts, applications for research grants and fellowships, teaching materials, papers related to
public service activities, research materials, committee work documents, and correspondence of UCLA law professor Donald Gerald
Hagman. Topics include planning, taxation, local government, and the environment.
Donald Gerald Hagman was born March 26, 1932; BS, Marquette University, 1954; graduated University of Wisconsin Law School,
1959 and Harvard Law School, 1963; associate of Remley, Sensenbrenner and Stein, Neenah, WI, 1959-62; acting associate professor
of law, 1963-66, associate professor of law, 1967-68, and professor of law, 1968-82, UCLA; assistant director, Institute of
Government and Public Affairs; taught courses in the School of Public Health; scholar of land use, urban planning, and housing
law; wrote numerous articles and books, including Exploring some new fiscal interrelations (1968) and Is local government
constitutional? (1972); he died in 1982.
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