Explanation, Please

Lewis, Anthony
December 1961
New Republic;12/4/61, Vol. 145 Issue 23, p9
Offers a look at the problems of federalism inherent in the statute and rules of the Kansas Supreme Court which effectively restrict the right of Kansas lawyers who practice in other states to practice in their own. Function of the Supreme Court; Description of a judicial decision expected to be given by the Supreme Court; Information on the court cases cited in the unsigned opinion of the Supreme Court of Kansas.


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