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Making Courts Efficient, 8 UCLA Law Review 489 (1961)

Abstract

Surveying the present movement for increased court efficiency, the author particularizes his discussion into the subjects of pleading and procedure and court organization. As to the first, he details the gains which may be and have been derived from the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Regarding the latter, he notes encouraging examples of integrated court systems, including that of California.

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1961

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Making Courts Efficient, 8 UCLA Law Review 489 (1961)

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