Education: Research in Law

Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore, peerless in medicine, announced last fortnight its plans for the founding of an Institute for the Study of Law, to open in the autumn. It will not train practicing lawyers, but will conduct thoroughgoing researches into all problems of the law. The original members of the faculty are Walter Wheeler Cook (Yale), Herman Oliphant (Columbia), Leon Carroll Marshall (University of Chicago), Hessell Edward Yntema (Columbia).


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