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Seven former editors of the Harvard Law Review will speak at the magazine's seventy-fifth anniversary banquet tonight at the Harvard Club of Boston.
Paul A. Freund, Carl M. Loeb University Professor, will be toastmaster for Wayne G. Barnett '50 of the United States Solicitor-General's Office; John F. Dooling, Jr., U.S. District Judge for Eastern New York; Erwin N. Griswold, dean of the Law School; Edmund M. Morgan, Royall Professor of Law, Emeritus; Elliot L. Richardson '41, Boston attorney; and Frederick B. Wiener, Washington lawyer.
Among the 500 Law Review alumni attending the dinner will be Abram J. Chayes '43, legal adviser to the State Department, Alger Hiss, and David Riesman, Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences.
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