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In a forward to this volume Professor Edson R. Sunderland, who can surely speak with authority, says: "It is probable that no procedural process offers greater opportunities for increasing the efficiency of the administration of justice than that of discovery before trial. Much of the delay in the preparation of a case, most of the lost effort in the course of the trial, and a large part of the uncertainty in the outcome, result from the want of information on the part of litigants and their counsel as to the real nature of the respectivo claims and the facts upon which they rest."
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: Discovery Before Trial, 42 Yale Law Journal 988 (1933)