Nine of the Law School's top men will become officers of the Harvard Law Review as a result of elections scheduled for March 15 and 16.
Now in its 65th year of publication, the Review prides itself on such contributors as Holmes, Frankfurter, Pound, and Ames.
An "A" average in either the first or second years is generally a prerequisite for membership on the Review. The president is elected by the board; he, in turn, appoints seven officers. The treasurer is elected later in the week.