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LEGAL AID BUREAU.

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Interesting both as an experiment in legal training and in philanthropic endeavor is the foundation of a Legal Aid Bureau of the Law School in connection with the Phillips Brooks House. Only those intimately acquainted with the courts know the distress arising from inability to hire efficient legal aid and can appreciate the philanthropic possibilities of the undertaking. Furthermore, the bureau suggests possibilities for practical training of law students, for the men taking part in the work will be more than repaid in the experience, which they will gain.

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