15 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1929-1930)

handle is hein.barjournals/malr0015 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME XV.

NUMBER 1.

Massachusetts
Law Quarterly
NOVEMBER, 1929
CONTENTS
PAGE
TRAINING FOR THE BAR, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ADMISSION RE-
QUIREMENTS IN MASSACHUSETTS.
A REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON LEGAL EDUCATION OF THE MASSACHUSETTS
BAR ASSOCIATION -
INTRODUCTION .........  ..     .................... 1
1. GENERAL EDUCATION .........     ................. 3
II. LEGAL EDUCATION .......    .................      12
III. CHARACTER ........     ...................      18
IV. METHODS ........       ....................       20
V. PARTICULAR CLASSES OF APPLICANTS ... ...........       27
SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS ....   ..............         32
APPENDIX A. LETTER FROM CHIEF JUSTICE BOLSTER  ....... 36
APPENDIX B. LETTERS FROM EDUCATIONAL EXPERTS ....... 37
APPENDIX C. SUIMARY OF ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS COMPILED BY
CARNEGIE FOUNDATION ......    ................       42
APPENDIX D. METHODS PURSUED IN THE VARIOUS STATES  ..... 44
BAR EXAMINATIONS IN RELATION TO ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS.
An address before the Section on Legal Education of the American Bar
Association at Memphis, Tennessee, on October 22, 1929.
George R. Nutter 79
Issued Quarterly by the
MASSAOHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION, 60 State St., Boston, Mass.

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