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Law School Divides Classes

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Due to the largest enrollment in its history, the Law School is effecting some changes for the handling of students. All first year men have been grouped in two divisions, each division to have its own instruction and examinations, and in some instances its own case books. Important second and third year classes have been divided into sections. Through these arrangements classes will not exceed 180, which is thought a suitable number. To take a heavy load from the Dean's office, the following administrative change is made:

Professor Morgan will be chairman for first year men, Professor Maguire for second year men, and Professor Campbell for third year men. Petitions and matters for advice are to be referred by students to their respective chairmen.

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