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Articles by Pound, Warner, Cabot and Hall Among Features

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Four members of the Faculty of the Law School have written articles for the February issue of the Harvard Law Review. Roscoe Pound, recently retired Dean of the Law School, has written "Fifty Years of Jurisprudence": Sam B. Warner '12, professor of Penal Legislation and Administration, and Philip Cabot, professor of Business Administration, contributed "Changes in the Administration of Criminal Justice during the Past Fifty Years", and Livingston Hall, assistant professor of Law, has written "The Substantive Law, of Crimes 1887 to 1936".

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