The Sears Prizes in the Law School have been awarded for the year 1912-1913 to Maurice Hirsch 3L. (University of Virginia), of Houston, Texas; Zechariah Chaffee, Jr., 3L. (Brown), of Providence, R. I.; Van Santvoord Merle Smith 2L. (Princeton), of New York, N. Y.; and Boykin Cabell Wright 2L. (University of Georgia), of Augusta, Ga.
Winners of Sears Law Prizes
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