Out of the chaos of ill conceived reform legislation, piecemeal attempts at judicial improvement, and general failure to achieve concrete results in remedying the defects in our legal procedure, there has evolved a nation wide movement for the formation of Judicial Councils to aid in solving our procedural problems. Knowledge of this movement is important to Washington lawyers because the Washington State Bar Association at its convention in August recommended the creation of a Judicial Council for Washington, and a special committee of the bar will be appointed to secure the passage of a Judicial Council act at the next session of the Legislature.
Charles H. Paul,
The Judicial Council Movement,
1 Wash. L. Rev.
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