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- The Law Library now has 121,000 volumes and places nineteenth in library rank after Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State, N.Y.U., Chicago, California (Berkeley), Indiana, Pennsylvania, Cornell, U.C.L.A., Iowa, Texas, Georgetown and Duke.
- The library has acquired some significant collections: the Carlton Fox Collection of the complete legislative history of the federal revenue acts, a collection of works on Roman law, and various early volumes on English law.
- The tuition cost for the year 1963-1964 was $400 per semester. This amount was increased to $500 per semester effective as of the beginning of the 1964-1965 session.
- A course in professional responsibility was offered for the first time in the spring semester, 1964.
- A number of community leaders, both laymen and lawyers, were invited to participate in a session with Mr. Anthony Lewis of the New York Times about the importance of the United States Supreme Court, following the aftermath of President Kennedy's assassination.