Washington Law Review


There is still one other type of work that we can perform and bring to the lawyer who is unable to come over to the University of Washington. In the State of Nebraska they have regular panels which are sent in to different parts of the state. The lawyers in that vicinity are circularized and a small charge is made to pay the speakers. The speakers of the panel go to this particular place and have the institute. It is usually one day for the institute and sometimes two—to put on trial practice and some other matter of that sort. The University of Washington, through Dean Stevens, has been interested in working out a program of this sort. And so in the coming year, if the committee is planning on some kind of legal institute, I hope you will all cooperate.

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