Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States, was a Columbia Law School dropout, leaving the school in 1881 to pursue the chance to run for the New York assembly. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, his relative, would also fail to graduate from the law school.

Teddy had nothing against Columbia, however. He was on hand for the accession of Nicholas Murray Butler to the position of University President, and remained close to Butler from then on.