Washington Law Review


I appreciate the privilege that I have had during the past year of acting as your President. Although work for the Bar Association took considerable of my time, I found it most enjoyable. My labors were made less burdensome and most pleasant by reason of the fact that the members of the Board of Governors with whom I worked were highly efficicient and devoted to the best interests of our Association. A large part of the work of the Bar Association is necessarily performed by committees. As a whole the committee work was highly satisfactory. I shall not, in this report, discusse the work of all committees, but I shall later on speak briefly of some of the most active committees of the Bar.

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