Washington Law Review
The following articles, the work of the faculty of the School of Law, the Attorney General, two members of the Washington Bar and a student, constitute the first academic comment on the laws of 1961. For obvious reasons, these articles are not represented to the reader as a complete survey of the legislative session. Rather, they are a compilation of comments on acts which the writers have found to be important, timely, or merely interesting. The Antitrust section considers the Consumer Protection Act of 1961 and its impact on Washington antitrust law.
Julian C. Dewell & Wayne Gittinger,
Washington Legislation—1961; Antitrust: The Washington Antitrust Laws,
36 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol36/iss3/1