John L. Lewis, fiery commandant of C. I. O.'s labor legions, is slated to speak at the Law School in a series of Langdell lectures, sponsored by the Law School Committee, it was announced yesterday by its chairman James E. Ludlum 3L.
Also on the lists are John G. Winant, former governor of New Hampshire and chairman of the Social Security Board, and Governor Frank Murphy of Michigan. Charles Poletti candidate for lieutenant-governor in New York state, and Thurman Arnold, U. S. special prosecutor of monopolies will also lecture.
Disigned to "get students more or less away from the law," the series was last year under the direction of Dean Landis. Ludlum said last night that all speakers have been engaged for evenings during the second half-year.