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The recent appointment of new instructors in the Law School, and the assured prospect of new quarters, can not but strengthen the conviction that the authorities are determined to leave no effort undone to place all needful improvements in this somewhat neglected department of the university. There is no reason why the Law School should not occupy as high a position in the estimation of the public, or be as well conducted as the other departments, and the energy displayed by the powers that be to increase the capabilities of the school will certainly have the desired effect of arousing the attention of law students to the many advantages to be gained by a course here.