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The path of the law from 1967; proceedings and papers at the Harvard Law School convocation held on the one-hundred fiftieth anniversary of its founding.

Author: Arthur E Sutherland; Harvard Law School.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass.; Distributed by the Harvard University Press, 1968.
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Harvard Law School.
Path of the law from 1967.
Cambridge, Mass.; Distributed by the Harvard University Press, 1968
(OCoLC)654748639
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur E Sutherland; Harvard Law School.
OCLC Number: 87525
Description: xiv, 223 pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm
Responsibility: Edited by Arthur E. Sutherland.

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