Legal aid work. Editors in charge of this volume: John S. Bradway and Reginald Heber Smith.

; Bradway, John S. (John Saeger), 1890-1985, editor ; Smith, Reginald Heber, 1889-1966, editor
Philadelphia, The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1926.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
H1 .A4 v.123 Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
Vols. 123-125 bound together
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
H1 .A4 v.123-125 Off-site
Jacob Burns Law (George Washington)
GW Law: Restricted access policy--Borrowing through ILL only
H1 .A4 v.124
Other Authors Bradway, John S. 1890-1985,
Smith, Reginald Heber, 1889-1966,
Subjects Justice, Administration of -- United States.
Justice, Administration of.
Legal aid -- United States.
Legal aid.
United States.
Series American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals. ; vol. CXXIV. no. 213.
Description xiv, 210 pages including forms 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1926.
Notes "An analysis and discussion of the various agencies developed in the United States for the purposes of securing legal justice to poor persons."
Contents Foreword, by William H. Taft. -- Editorial preface. -- Introduction. -- Legal aid work in civil cases. -- Legal aid work in criminal cases. -- Special agencies affording legal aid. -- Legal aid contacts with other organizations. -- State-wide legal aid systems. -- National and international legal aid work. -- Appendix.
An introduction to legal aid work / Reginal Heber Smith -- The historical background of the legal aid movement / William R. Vance -- The function of a modern legal aid organization / John S. Bradway -- Epitome of legal aid history in the United States (1876-1925) / Albert F. Bigelow -- The New York legal aid society (1876-1925) / Leonard McGee -- The Legal Aid Bureau of the United Charities of Chicago / Marguerite Raeder Gariepy -- The Philadelphia Legal Aid Bureau of the Department of Public Welfare / Roman C. Hassrick -- St. Louis Municipal Legal Aid Bureau / Forrest C. Donnell -- Legal aid by privately supported organizations / Claude E. Clarke -- Legal aid in the smaller cities / M. Alice Hill -- The difficulties of the poor man accused of crime / Justin Miller -- The office of public defender / Walton J. Wood -- The voluntary defender in criminal cases / Louis Fabricant -- Assigned counsel in criminal cases / William Kaumheimer -- The model poor litigants' statute / John MacArthur Maguire -- Conciliation procedure in small cases / Herbert Harley -- The advantages of arbitration procedure / Charles L. Bernheimer -- Industrial accident commissions / Raynor M. Gardiner -- Governmental officials and legal aid work / Fred M. Wilcox -- The domestic relations courts / Charles Zunser -- Legal aid and social welfare agencies / Robert W. Kelso -- The Legal Clinic: what it does for the law student / John H. Wigmore -- The Legal Clinic of the Law School of the University of Minnisota / M.U.S. Kjorlaug -- Legal aid work and the bar / John Alan Hamilton -- The Illinois Plan / Joel D. Hunter -- The Connecticut plan for legal aid / Thomas Hewes -- The situation in Pennsylvania / M.W. Acheson, Jr. -- The National Association of Legal Aid Organizations / John S. Bradway -- International legal aid work / Reginald Heber Smith -- Practical suggestions concerning the foundation of legal aid organizations.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4149009
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


Export citation to: RefWorks