Virtually 100 per cent of the Law School is enrolled this year in the revived law clubs which have been in the process of formation for the past few weeks. The first year courts greatly outnumber the others, as the first year class is larger than both the second and third years combined. The work of the first year men, however, is limited to debates with in the clubs themselves while for the rest there are inter-club contests.
The debates are conducted on a competitive basis so that at the end of the second year only four clubs are left to compete for the Ames prize. This year twelve second year clubs have entered their names for the competition and the first cases will be heard within a month.