With the year 1919–1920, the College of Law at the University of Notre Dame began using the new building, Hoynes College of Law, named in honor of William Hoynes, Dean Emeritus. The article describes the law library, court room, class rooms, organization and system, methods of instruction, introduction to the study of law, the law and how to practice it, course of procedure, the University courts, courses of study, requirements for admission, and lists the schedule of courses.
Notre Dame Law Reporter, "Prospectus and Announcement of the College of Law for 1920–1921" (1920). Bulletins of Information. 46.