An unprecedented interruption of the work at the Law School has been caused in the last few days by illness or absence of various members of the Faculty. The most serious of these derangements is that caused by the illness of Dean Thayer, who is not expected back before May 1. His courses in evidence for second-year men, and in torts for first-year men have stopped for the time being. Professor Roscoe Pound has been called away, interrupting his courses in equity, quasi-contracts, and jurisprudence. Professor J. D. Brannan has been ill, with consequent stopping of his courses on bills and notes, and partnership. Mr. C. F. Dutch has also been sick, and his courses in property and admiralty law have been suspended.
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