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One of the most immediate problems facing the legal profession is that of more effective judicial administration. Few will dispute the proposition that our courts are impeded by heavy and onerous procedural details, with the result that their work is often tediously delayed, inefficiently performed and expensively conducted. Many legal thinkers of high repute insist that the chief reason for this is the want of power by the courts to free themselves from the fetters of codes of procedure imposed by legislative enthusiasm.
Date of Authorship for this Version
The Judicial Council Act, 1 Dakota Law Review 43 (1927)