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The Illinois Judicial Conference: Eight Years of Progress
Arthur J. Murphy
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 48, No. 12 (December, 1962), pp. 1152-1154
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25722203
Page Count: 3
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Starting in 1954 with a one-day meeting of judges to hear a series of talks on various phases of judicial administration, the Illinois Judicial Conference is now an integrated, state-wide organization dedicated to improving the functioning of Illinois courts. The Conference has 128 members, and its work is done by an Executive Committee and eighteen other committees responsible for specific problems. On these pages, Justice Murphy outlines the work of the Conference and its accomplishments. The article is a summary of the author's report to the 1962 Conference, held at Northwestern University Law School last June.
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