5 Barrister 1 (1930-1931)

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Vol. V                                       NEWARK,  N. J., OCTOBER       3 193                                    No. I

                                                    OUR NEW BUILDING-
   BARRISTER MEETS                                                                                   HARVARD  SEEKS
                                                              .....BARRISTER
      OCTOBER  6
                                                                                                    A r euet foe . t <oF t He
   The first ming~ o th                                                                                                        BarsteOr volumet I. niab~~eI
   <-ar for prospecttive memberi                                                                   I has centro th ibrai
 in the Btaiter staf and as                                                                       of li Ha'vad Uiverally Li-




 three o lock. It is essential                                                                      The Ba riter w oul appre-
 that every persn who s                                                                            clae thxe receipt ott a copy of
 ersted int becomsingp afiliated                                                                   the desired iUpe so hehat the
 wiit the paper be tin hul at                                                                      file of Hr vaf Balptiter
 this initial umeting lans                                                                         collectinu miht be comvplete.
 for the ensuing eart il e7                                          .                              Voumee I, numbetr 1 MF the
 discussed andi out' xuges'                                                    s     -Darixt er 4apeile oin Mtarch
 tions are welcome.                                                                                ii_ ,_ 1 1927.


 ~REDICTS GROWTH OF N. J . L 5                      Ne Jsy La Scol                                    LAUDS NEW SCHOOL.


                        Old Malt Hous'e in Newark ANTICIPATES GREAT YEAR N.J. L. S Has Had Remark-
                           lo   'chool of Law o-         -                      able Growth

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                             Ballantine Brewery                         ago, when Rolicha D Currier.
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                        i tI i hi               i Peter      orto           Newark wa in need oF an institu
                        tit               u Firni liri et x itit42.     tion devoitid lto the study of law
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                          temItit    lk ha <ennu                         shutl. xittiateli in the Pruduentiai
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                        th  e Neeerc              1 0x Irhnt t 1a       pr ivilege of using thix fan

                        ant 1)ana College. Next wxeek 400l'                                                -.iitl'ttrele~tev'r
       .'''''          students wxill h egin their studyx of            isaxng1ni,                  AssitiapttDeantMarlyo
       Dea iGor'ge 5> Hori lac kxttne in roms in which harie                                     agrqatesFrteh     ~   titttDxeM~sti
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           of N.J.  L.S~ C H~unsakier, assrnite thirectir P1 en Richard Da Chirnri it ~'tltNwakinatit33 wnMt14oefStnh
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