Justice through simplified legal procedure / editors in charge of this volume, Carl Kelsey and Henry W. Jessup.

; Jessup, Henry Wynans ; American Academy of Political and Social Science
Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1917.

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Other Authors Jessup, Henry Wynans.
Kelsey, Carl, 1870-1953.
American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Subjects Courts -- United States.
Courts.
Justice, Administration of -- United States.
Justice, Administration of.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 73.
Description vii, 251 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1917.
Notes Includes index.
Copy 1 of H1.A4 with : America's relation to the world conflict and to the coming peace / Clyde Lyndon King. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1917. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
"Bibliography of procedural reform, including organization of courts": pages 90-103.
Contents Foreword, by C.L. King. -- The simplification of the machinery of justice with a view to its greater efficiency; report to the Phi delta phi club of New York city by its Committee of nine, H.W. Jessup, chairman. (Includes "A bibliography of procedural reform, including organization of courts: by R. Pound". pages 90-103) -- Some observations upon the report of the committee of the Phi delta phi with special reference to the typical judiciary article for a constitution, by C.A. Boston. -- The layman's demand for improved judicial machinery, by W.L. Ransom. -- The working of the New Jersey short practice act, by M. Conboy. -- Progress of the proposal to substitute rules of court for common law practice, by T.W. Shelton. -- An efficient county court system, by H. Harley. -- A justice factory, by F.D. Wells. -- Administration of business and discipline by the courts, by J.H. Cohen. -- The organization of the courts, by G.W. Alger. Looking forward in the law, by A.Y. Wood. -- Book department. -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)170501
(OCoLC)ocm00170501
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