New York University bounded out of its academic bed last week with a new, learned periodical, the Air Law Review. It was the first U. S. institution to establish a full school of Aeronautics with help of the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics. Therefore it considered itself having a preemption on academic Aeronautics. Last August N. Y. U. roused itself when Northwestern University at Chicago set up an Air Law Institute on the model of the Koenigsberg Institut für Luftrecht, established in 1924 as the world pioneer. N. Y....

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