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Address on Law Practice

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Mr. Louis D. Brandeis L.'77, of the law firm of Brandeis, Dunbar and Nutter, Boston, will speak to students of the Law School and all others interested, in the Fogg Lecture Room, Friday evening, December 4, at 8 o'clock, on the subject of "Practice." The purpose of his talk will be to give the law student an idea of the work he will have to do when he leaves the School, and how to go about it.

Mr. Brandeis comes to Cambridge at the invitation of a small organization of law students. The object of this organization is to invite leading lawyers from Boston and New York to talk on the practical side of the law--to speak from the view-point of practicing lawyers on subjects connected with the practice rather than the study of law.

The following men have also been asked to speak this year; Mr. Austen G. Fox '69, of New York; Mr. Joseph B. Warner '69, of Cambridge; and Judge W. C. Loring '72.

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