Washington Law Review
The average attorney has little interest in, nor does he realize the inadequacy of, the attorney's lien laws of his state—until he finds himself personally involved. Yet, a glance at the law reviews and pertinent cases indicates that the organized bar and its individual members should show more than a casual interest in the number and variety of problems arising in this field.
George N. Stevens,
Our Inadequate Attorneys' Lien Statutes—A Suggestion,
31 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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