As the last letter written to our alumni was before the war, this letter is prompted by the desire to give you a picture of your School in these post-war days.
To all but the most recent graduates the present School of Law is in some respects quite a different place from the School of Law you knew. Throughout the country law schools have become filled with wave after wave of returning veterans, oftentimes putting an almost overwhelming burden on the faculty as well as classroom, library, and housing facilities. The situation here at The University of Georgia has paralleled these nationwide conditions.
This fall there are 338 students enrolled in the School of Law. Seventy per cent of these are veterans. There are 141 first year students, 113 second year students, 79 third year students, and 5 special students, and it seems that the peak in enrollment has not yet been reached.
Hosch, J. Alton, "Letter to the Law Alumni of The University of Georgia" (1948). Other Law School Publications. 274.