Lectures comparing the educational offerings of Harvard and Yale law schools begin tonight with an address by Erwin N. Griswold, dean of the Law School, on "Legal Education at Harvard." The talk, first in a series of two, takes place in Langdell Courtroom at 8 p.m.
Griswold's talk will be followed on October 19 with a speech by Wesley A. Sturges, dean of the Yale Law School, on "Legal Education at Yale."
The discussions by Griswold and Sturges are part of a free series that will be presented by the Law School Forum this fall. It has no connection with the Forum's regularly-scheduled fall series of discussions at the Rindge Tech auditorium, for which tickets are required.