Appearing today is the first issue of this year's Law Review, Law School legal periodical, which is now embarking on its second half century of publication. The three leading articles are written by Professor W. Ivor Jenning of the London School of Economics, ics, Robert L. Stearn, assistant to the United States Attorney-General, and Randolph Hall, of the New York Bar.
"Constitutional Interpretation--The Experience of Canada" is the title of Jennings' article, while Stearn calls his work "Separability and Separability Clauses in Constitutional Law." Hall writes on the determination of earnings and profits for corporate income taxes.
Chief among the student notes is a work on the Judiciary Act of 1937, what was actually enacted of the President's Court Bill.