Dean Emeritus Roscoe Pound of the Law School of Harvard University came to the Georgia campus in early February and delivered a series of three lectures. Dean Pound, now in his ninetieth year, is the outstanding legal scholar in America and perhaps in the world. His visit was the highlight of the Centennial of the University of Georgia School of Law. The lectures had to do with the science of law, a subject to which he has devoted seventy years as a lawyer, supreme court justice, author, and law teacher.
Law Finding Through Experience and Reason, Three Lectures (University of Georgia Press, 1960); available in the Law Library, KF380 .P6, Basement.
Pound, Roscoe, "The School of Law Observes its Centennial Year: Harvard's Dean Pound Delivers Lectures" (1960). Other Lectures and Presentations. Paper 29.