Washington Law Review




The current session of the State Legislature, as usual, will bring forth a number of measures of interest to the bar of the state. Not only are lawyers directly interested in measures sponsored by the Bar Association and the Judicial Council which reflect the sentiment of the bar as a whole, but also, as advocates and counselors, are vitally concerned with all amendments or additions to existing statutes governing procedural or substantive law. It is not within the province of this publication to suggest or advocate any particular measure. It is, however, appropriate to suggest to the bar the need of cooperation in seeing that such legislation as is passed is proper in form.

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