1 UCLA L. Rev. 1 (1953-1954)
Message of Greeting to the U.C.L.A. Law Review

handle is hein.journals/uclalr1 and id is 3 raw text is: U.C.L.A. LAW REVIEW
Volume 1               December, 1953              Number 1
MESSAGES OF GREETING
TO THE
U.C.L.A. LAW   REVIEW
It was with great pleasure that I learned of the imminence of
the U.C.L.A. LAW REVIEW.
The American law review properly has been called the most
remarkable institution of the law school world. To a lawyer, its arti-
cles and comments may be indispensable professional tools. To a
judge, whose decisions provide grist for the law review mill, the
review may be both a severe critic and a helpful guide. But perhaps
most important, the review affords invaluable training to the students
who participate in its writing and editing. The U.C.L.A. School of
Law is to be congratulated on this most recent of its achievements.
Please accept my best wishes for the success of your new ven-
ture.
EARL WARREN,
Chief Justice of the United States.
I was pleased to hear of plans for publication of the U.C.L.A.
LAW REVIEW.
Such a publication meets a very real need among those who are
anxious to keep current with latest developments in legal knowledge.
I extend congratulations to all who have had a part in its
establishment and my best wishes for its outstanding success.
Sincerely,
GOODWIN J. KNIGHT
Governor of the State of California
The Law Review is an instrument which can serve our profes-
sion in many practical ways and can aid in the development of funda-
mental theories and principles. It is a medium through which local
statutes and decisions, the raw materials of law, may be scrutinized
in the light of historical and present conditions and then analyzed
in the perspective of national and comparative law. The product, thus
refined, is not only used in the work of lawyers and judges but often
serves as the basis for needed reforms.

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