The principle value of O'Bryan's Forms is that it is the only publication of Washington forms. This distinction makes it an essential part of the library of the young practitioner, who has not had the opportunity to acquire a form file of his own. Even the established attorney will frequently consult this tome before preparing an unfamiliar pleading. Certainly the legal stenographer will consider this publication an asset. The format lends itself readily to copying and thus becomes an office time-saver.
Oliver J. Neibel Jr.,
O'Bryan's Washington Forms, rev. ed. by J. Grattan O'Bryan and William B. Owens (1954),
30 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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