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3 Law Stud. Helper 3 (1895)

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LAW STUDENT'S HELPER.

DETROIT, MICH., JANUARY, 1895.

No. I.

CONTEN-TS
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For i895 (Publishers' Notice) ....................
Special Department Devoted to Legal History
(Seventh  Paper) ..............................
A. S. Trude Consents ..........................
Items from the Courts of Last Resort ..........
Short Talks on Current Events of Interest to
Law  Students .....   ......................
Term Examination of Seniors in Equity at Cor-
nell University School of Law ................
Law  School Notes  ............................
The Ten Hereditaments .......................
Law Students' Societies ......................
Current Events of Interest to Lawyers and Law
Students .....................................
The Court Drew the Line ...................
The Sprague Correspondence School of Law ....
The Choosing of a Life Work ..................
What Book for Beginners ......................
A  Fair Attorney  (Verse) ........................
The Essential Points of Business Law (Contracts)
Aids to the Study of Blackstone ................
Questions Answered and Difficulties Met for
Students of the Law  .........................
Publishers' Notes ....... * .................
Light Reading for Lawyers ....................
N ew  Books  ....................................
Index to Law Student's Helper for 1894 .........

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For 1895.
age    Special pains will be taken to make The Law
3   Student's Helper for 1895 entertaining and in-
structive. We propose to make it the best young
4   men's paper in America. Broadly speaking, its
5   aim will be instruction in the line of law and
6   good government. It is intended that there be
enough of technical instruction in it to suit the
8   needs of the law student, and enough of the non-
technical to suit the general reader. The paper
15   has met with a generous reception, and we are
16   encouraged to make it the very best publication
A    of its kind that has ever been produced. Sugges-
17  tions from  our readers will be welcomed, and
contributions of merit will be accepted and paid

for.
News items from the law schools and law stu-
dents' societies are especially solicited, and pub-
lishers are invited to make use of our columns to
announce new books and new editions of old ones.
Questions bearing upon the study of law will
be given careful attention, and answered at as
early date as possible through its columns.
We are welcoming hundreds of new subscribers
at this time of the year, and we promise for them
much satisfaction and profit from our acquaint-
ance during 1895. We are glad to chronicle the
fact that of the 4,000 subscribers whose subscrip-
tions expired with the month of December very
few have discontinued. This fact, in view of the
further fact that the 1894 Law Student's Helper
did not suit its publishers, augurs well for the fu-
ture.

VOL. III.

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