Washington Law Review


Roy A. Redfield


There has been no occasion to call the Committee into actual session. Such business as was transacted was accomplished by correspondence. The only matter referred to tins Committee had to do with a proposal to make uniform the rules relating to admission of practitioners to the bar of the federal courts. A voluminous file was transmitted to the Chairman, containing recommendations as to this matter which were mainly negative. The view expressed therein was that there was so much difference in circumstances among federal courts in various parts of the country that it would be wisest not to attempt any uniform rules which should apply to all, but to leave the matter as it now is, under the control of the judges presiding m the respective districts.

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