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Nine women have already been accepted by the Law School for next year, Director of Admissions Louis A. Toepfer announced yesterday.
Last October the Law School voted to accept women for the first time in its history.
So far, 18 girls have applied for admission. Some of these applications have not yet been acted upon because they are incomplete or because the women have not taken the required Legal Aptitude test.
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