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45 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1967)

handle is hein.journals/hlrec45 and id is 1 raw text is: VOL. 45



Ground Broken for New Faculty Building
Ground was broken this summer for the   have both buildings completed by the fall iof
Faculty Office Building, the first of two new  1969.
Law School buildings. The second structure,  Law School Secretary William Bruce ex-,-
the Classroom and Administrative Building, plained that much of the heavier and more
will be started shortly, and plans are to  noisy work was done during the past sum-
mer or will be, done next summer, to cause
Only 56% Ivies                            a minimum of disruption to classes during,
the school. year This special scheduling, to
Review   ' Selects       34       minimize class disturbances and interference
It gives me great pleasure to offer my  with studying is costing the Law School an
congratulations on your outstanding record  extra $5,000 to $10,000.
at the Law School and to invite you to join  The Faculty Office Building will be erected,:.
the board of editors of Volume 81 of the  near the west end of Langdell Hall and will
Ha bard  ofw Review! Thus began the let- be linked to Langdell and I.L.S. The $1 mil-'
ter to 34 second- and third-year students lion building will have live floors, including.,
officially informing them of their qualifica-        (continued on Page 3)

tion for the Gannett
House Gang - the only ~~
self-supporting law re-
view in the country.
Cutting short their
summer -plans; the new
recruits  reported  for
work on August 7 and
wasted no time getting
into their assignments.
In fact, they all had re-
ceived about 2,500 pages
of advance sheets (pub-
.lications of recent casesy
before they had even left
-for Cambridge.
After turning in short
case abstracts.and four-
page preliminaries de-
i. signed to help, ferret out
the decisions best quali-
. Continued on Page 4)      .

So whats so
funny about a
new guy offer-
ing to help out
on  . o school

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