Judges qualifies? Here's what lawyers think

November 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Nov78, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1659
Academic Journal
Discusses findings of a sampling of a random segment of members of the American Bar Association by LawPoll, a regular feature of the `American Bar Association Journal' conducted by Kane Parsons & Associates, a New York public opinion research firm. Percentage of respondents who agreed to Chief Justice Burger's statement that some American lawyers are not properly qualified for trial advocacy in serious cases.


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