Changes at Columbia College.
Much interest has been taken by the New York lawyers in the extension of the Law School course from two to three years. There is a diversity of opinion among lawyers as well as among students of the senior class as to the best studies for the last year, but all concede the desirability of lengthening the course, and under the present regime all students now in the school must complete a three year course before receiving the L. L. B. As a result of this there will be no graduating class this year. One of the features of the new three year course is the establishment of an experimental moot-court. Dr. Dwight claims that the proposed innovation will make the work in the class room and that in the law offices contiguous. But to those who do not desire this aid, some other work will be assigned.