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The prospects of the Harvard Law School are decidedly bright. With a newly re-organized course of instruction, with an enlarged body of instructors and with a constantly increasing attendance of students from all parts of the country, and, finally, with the immediate prospect of new and commodious quarters, it need not be many years before our Law School becomes admittedly the foremost institution of its kind in the country. The sketch of the plans for the new building of the school, which we present today, has been carefully prepared for the HARVARD HERALD from the plans in the hands of the architect, Mr. Richardson, and will, we hope, afford to our readers a clear idea of the appearance, both inside and out, which the new quarters of the school will present when completed.