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Contracts Monday, June 5
Conflict of Laws Monday, June 5
Constitutional Law Monday, June 5
Real Property-2d Year Tuesday, June 6
Partnership & Corporations Wednesday, June 7
Civil Procedure Thursday, June 8
Equity Pleading Friday, June 9
Equity Jurisdiction Saturday, June 10
Sales Monday, June 12
Torts Tuesday, June 13
Agency and Carriers Wednesday, June 14
Real Property-1st Year Thursday, June 15
Jurisprudence Thursday, June 15
Evidence Friday, June 16
Criminal Law Saturday, June 17
Wills Monday, June 19
Trusts Tuesday, June 20
Bills and Notes Wednesday, June 21
Each examination begins at 9 A. M.
Each applicant for examination is required to procure and deliver to the librarian, on or before Thursday, June 1, as many examination books as there are subjects in which he is to be examined, with his name and one of the subjects written on the outside of each. The books will be required to be written in ink. No one will be permitted to take into the examination any book or paper of any description.
The examiner will not communicate to the applicants the results of their examinations and the examination books will not be returned.
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