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62 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1976)

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America's Oldest Law School Newspaper
S      I        @ 1976 BY THE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL RECORD CORPORATION
VOL. WbL, NO. T'i                    JANUARY 30, 1976

Concerns Report
Lists Problems
At Law School
By Phil Heagney
Seven months after it was sub-
mitted to the Law School Visiting
Committee, the report of the Sub-
committee on Student Concerns
made its long-awaited debut on
campus this week accompanied by
a memo from Dean Albert M. Sacks
(Continued on Page 9)

Monica Cabot
Boston, Ma.
Radcliffe Colle
BS, Biophysics,
Universidad cde
San Carlos

William 0. Dougla
Defender of the Indivi

Editor's Note: The following state
ments are the consolidation of two
talks given at Boalt Hall, University
of    California,   Berkeley,    in
November, 1975, and at Stanford
Law School in December, 1975, by
Leonard B. Boudin, Regents Profes.
sor at Berkeley, at colloquia held in
honor of Mr. Justice William 0.
Douglas.
Boudin is general counsel of the
National Emergency Civil Liberties
Committee and a partner in the firm
of Rabinowitz, Boudin & Standard,
specializing in constitutional litiga-
tion.
IN THIS ISSUE:
Cox's students vote with feet ....... 2
Harvard reigns victorious .......... 14
Homosexual defended .............. 3
Vote for President .................. 15

By Leonard B. B
Thirty-six years ago,
Roosevelt appointed V
ville Douglas, age 39, C
the Securities and ExcI
mission, author of bool
rate finance and former
Law at Yale and Colu
Justice Brandeis' seat
reme Court.
On November 17,197
tributing over 1000 opin
100 volumes of Supr
Reports-one quarter o
ports  ever publishe
Court-and writing m
dozen books on inter
fairs, conservation and
ties, the Justice retired
ill health.
It is difficult for a
(Continued on P

Cord's Spouse
Grabbed: More
Fraud Charges
By Roger P. Evans
While her husband was allegedly
defrauding the Harvard Law School
as Jason Scott Cord, Mrs. Monette
Caulffield Pavlovich was busily at-
tending the Harvard Business
School as Cary Monica Cabot, ac-
'73        cording to the FBI.
Mrs. Pavlovich was arrested this
week in New Orleans by the FBI
and charged with giving fraudulent
110ss-p t,  information on federally-insured
loan applications for the business
school's tuition. Her husband, Spiro
S:          M. Pavlovich, III, was arrested by
the FBI last month on the same
dual charges,
When interviewed last month
by the HARVARD LAW RECORD, MS.
oudin       Cabot, a first year student at the
business school, said she was
Franklin D. shocked to hear Pavlovich
Villiam Or- had been arrested. She said they
hairman of had a casual dating relation-
hange Com- ship, and that she had no idea
ks on corpo- he was using an assumed name.
Professor of I found him friendly and nice,
mbia, to fill she said, adding that a business
on the Sup- school professor had introduced
her to Cord at a party in the
'5, after con- spring of 1974.
nions to over  Actually, according to a cousin of
eme Court Pavlovich's, the couple was married
f all the re- in 1972 in New Orleans.
d  by  the    Mrs. Pavlovich had told the busi.
ore than a  ness school that she graduated from
national af- Radcliffe College in 1973, and La
civil liber- Universidad de San Carlos in 1975.
d because of However, many students said they
had seen her at business school so-
generation  cial functions continuously since
age 6)          (Continued on Page 13)

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