Frankfurter, Berle, Griswold Harvard Law Review 1928-29

Frankfurter, Berle, Griswold Harvard Law Review 1928-29

Harvard Law Review
Volume XLII

The Harvard Law Review Association, Cambridge, 1929.
Cloth hard covers with with gilt spine lettering, small thick quarto, lv +1095 pages, indices.

The Harvard Law Review is a student-run organization formally independent of the Harvard Law School, which publishes eight issues per year/volume, containing articles of legal scholarship by student editors as well as professors, judges, and practitioners, and which solicits reviews of important recent books from recognized experts.
Condition: Very Good (Covers have faded spine, light shelf wear. Minor soiling on edges. Contents are clean. Binding is tight.)
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