A Resignation

Harlan Fiske Stone resigned as Dean of the Columbia Law School, his resignation to take effect June 30, 1924. Until that date he will be absent on leave. Professor Thomas I. Parkinson will act during this interval.

Dean Stone was graduated from Amherst in 1894, a year ahead of Calvin Coolidge, and later from Columbia Law School. His reputation is wide and high as practitioner, law teacher, legal writer. He became Dean of Columbia in 1910, instituted an immediate elevation of the scholastic standard.

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