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The Law: A Dynamic Profession
J. Wesley McWilliams
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 41, No. 1 (January 1955), pp. 18-21, 90-92
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25719049
Page Count: 7
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Recalling the great reforms in judicial administration that have been brought about during the last century, Mr. McWilliams finds that lawyers and judges as a group have opposed almost every one of them. He warns that the profession must take the leadership in solving the great problem of judicial administration—the elimination of technicalities and delays in the handing down of justice. This article is taken from the address Mr. McWilliams delivered as President of the Pennsylvania Bar Association at its 59th Annual Meeting last June.
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