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Tomorrow morning the latest addition to the last back of University publications will appear in print. The Harvard Law Record, a weekly newspaper, which has been forming its organization for the last three months, will get out its first edition.
The Record, though in the form of a newspaper, will be largely filled with topical articles, letters, editorials, and discussion of current cases in law. Unlike the Law Review, it will be entirely written and edited by students, and will not attempt to compete with the technical analyses in the Review.
Conceived last winter by three law students, Charles O. Porter '41 3L, President; Charles G. Sweet 3L, editorial manager; and Paul Hellmuth 3L, business manager, the Record has finally taken shape as a large, four-page, six-column paper. The initial circulation will be 1,000 and the subscription rate is $1.50 mailed to law students and $2.00 to others.
There had been some objection to the Record from the Law School Faculty, but it now has the full approval and is going ahead with the help of three faculty advisors.
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