The announcement of the Columbia Law School studies which are to be pursued during the extra year has just been made. There are to be two elective courses, one of private law, the other of international law and comparative jurisprudence. In the final year, political sciences, corporation law, and may other subjects only outlined during the first two years will be thoroughly studied and lectures will be given by practical lawyers. Twenty lectures will be given on the Constitution of the United States; other lectures will discuss the national judiciary to the judiciary of the states. A special feature will be the introduction of the actual office works of a lawyer into the class room. All the ordinary work, such as the making of motions and securing of orders will be practically taught and illustrated.
Columbia Law School Studies.
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