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36 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1963)

handle is hein.journals/hlrec36 and id is 1 raw text is: WHY NOT HARVARD?

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VOL. 36               CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JANUARY 31, 1963                      NO. 1.
Loan Fund Adds $92,500
By Charles M. Hamann
Vice-Dean Louis A. Toepfer announced this week the receipt of $75,000 from the Massa-
chusetts Bar Association and $17,500 from the University, part of Harvard's share in
National Defense Education Act funds, for the purpose of student loans. He said the two
new funds promise to ease the strain on existing loan resources of the Law School, which
in recent years have been in chronic undersupply.

The Massachusetts Bar loan plan is essen-
tially a loan guarantee program. Four ABA-
accredited law schools in Massachusetts -
Harvard, Boston College, Boston University
and Suffolk - are the beneficiaries. State
banks - in the case of the Law School, the

Dem Toopfer
Harvard Trust Company -will supply the
actual loan funds. What the Bar Association
has provided is $25,000 for the purpose of
paying off the debts of defaulting loan fund
(Continued on page 6)

Job Placement Lags
By Neil L. Chayet
Hiring of third year students seems to be
going slower than last year, Placement Direc-
tor Eleanor R. Appel said this week.
She said this is merely a personal impres-
sion based upon her observations of the
hiring process so far this year. But she has
the feeling that students at any given level
of ability are being hired somewhat later
than students of similar ability were last
year.
(Continued on page 4)
Record Smoker
The Harvard Law Record will hold a
smoker for interested students tomorrow,
February 1, in the Wheeler Room, Holmes
Hall, at 4:15. Opportunities are open
for writers, accountants, photographers,
artists.

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