Prize for Law School Men.

The Harvard Law School Association offers a prize of one hundred dollars for the best essay on any of the following subjects:

1. Rights and Remedies of Minorities in Political and Civil Corporations.

2. Constructive Trusts arising out of Fiduciary Relations. 3. Judicial Legislation; its Legitimate Function, if any, in the Development of the Common Law.

Competition for the prize is open to members of the third year only. Competitors are requested to limit their essays to fifty pages of manuscript, the usual legal quarto size.

The essays must be sent to the secretary of the association, 220 Devonshire Street, Boston, on or before April 15, 1891.

The prize will be awarded at the meeting of the association to be held in Cambridge in June, 1891.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS, Secretary.