Course Offerings at Harvard Law School, Spring Term, 1849 [Harvard Law School]. Law School of the University at Cambridge. [Caption Title]. Cambridge, MA, January 15, 1849.  pp. Single 9-3/4" x 8" blue-paper sheet, blank conjugate leaf lacking, single column text. Horizontal and verical fold lines, left margin a bit ragged, franked on verso in contemporary hand: "Law School/ Cambridge." $450. * Intended to be mailed to prospective students, this brochure lists the lectures that will be offered in the term commencing Feb. 28, 1849 by Professors Joel Parker and Theophilus Parsons and Lecturers Franklin Dexter and Luther Stearns Cushing. Students are promised nine or more lectures per week. The broadside also mentions that students will be able to participate in moot courts and receive training in legal drafting and parliamentary practice. It also states that students are provided with text books and have access to the 13,000 volume law library and other Harvard facilities. The final paragraphs describe the course of study leading to a degree and fees. OCLC locates two copies, at Yale University and the Massachusetts Historical Society, both with the blank conjugate leaf.
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