Judge Charles Almy '72, of Cambridge, will lecture on "Juvenile Court Work," under the auspices of the Law School Society of the Phillips Brooks House Association in Austin North this evening at 8 o'clock. This is the third in a series of lectures on the legal profession in the light of social and moral obligations. These lectures are open to all members of the University. The others will be given on February 11 by Mr. James P. Munroe on "The Application of the Boston 1915 Principles to Civic Development," and on February 17 by Mr. Henry Abraham of the Central Labor Union on "A Lawyer and the Labor Question."
Lecture on "Juvenile Court Work"
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