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Prominent Lawyers Have Articles in Latest Edition.


With three leading articles by prominent legal figures, and miscellaneous shorter contributions by students in the Law School, the January issue of he Harvard Law Review will appear with-in the next few days.

In the first group are included "The Development of Restraints in Alienation since Gray," by Richard E. Manning of the New York Bar; "Multiple Taxation by the States--What is Left of it," contributed by Robert Brown, professor of Law at the University of Indiana Law School; and "The Development of Present-day Criminal Procedures in procedures in Europe and America," by Morris Ploscowe, also of the New York Bar.

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