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LORING JORDAN NAMED LEGAL AID PRESIDENT

Succeeds Rogerson; Bergstein, Burr, Keesee, and Hale Are Also Elected to Offices

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Loring P. Jordan, Jr. 2L, a graduate of Dartmouth College, has been chosen the next president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, it was announced today. He succeeds John E. Rogerson, 3L, who was the first president after the bureau reopened last spring.

The function of the bureau has been to supply legal advice free of charge to the needy of Cambridge and vicinity. Due to changes in the Massachusetts Law affecting the legal activities of persons not members of the bar, the bureau was closed in 1935. It is now under the supervision of a practicing attorney.

Jerry Bergstein 2L, a graduate of the City College of New York, will be vice-president, Francis H. Burr 2L, a Harvard graduate will be treasurer, and Thomas W. Keesee 2L, from Duke University will be secretary.

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