Washington Law Review


The articles of this survey have been prepared for publication as a part of the nominee program for membership on the Washington Law Review. The actual writing was done by the second-year members of the Law Review, under the guidance of the third-year members of the Board. The survey, the third of its kind, does not represent an attempt to discuss every Washington case decided in 1955. Rather, its purpose is to point out those cases which, in the opinion of the Board of Editors, constitute substantial additions to the body of law in Washington. Covers cases on: requirement that justices of peace be attorneys and the Frasch Fish Case.

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