The book at hand goes a considerable way to fill this need for a set of standards, although the editor, Hon. Arthur T. Vanderbilt, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and a former eminent President of the American Bar Association, vigorously emphasizes the fact that these are "the minimum standards needed in a practical way to make our court procedure work in the twentieth century." These standards have the firm support of the American Bar Association and the National Conference of Judicial Councils. In the introduction to the volume Judge Vanderbilt tells how and why these standards were developed.
John N. Rupp,
The Growing-Up Stick (A Book Review for Washington Lawyers). Miniumum Standards of Judicial Administration, edited by Arthur T. Vanderbilt (1949),
25 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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