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At a recent meeting of the Harvard Law Review board, Grandin Tracy Vought, Jr., 2L., of Denver, Col., was elected a regular editor. Robert Alphon so Taft, 2L., of Washington, D.C., was yesterday elected editor-in-chief for the year 1912-13.
Contents of March Number.
The March number of the Review contains the following important articles: "A Problem in the Drafting of Workmen's Compensation Acts; Second Paper," by Francis H. Bohlen; "The Origin of Assumpsit," by George F. Deiser; and "Res Judicata as a Federal Question," by Edwin H. Abbot, Jr., '08, of Cambridge.
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