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Working papers for the National Conference on Legal Specialization June 13-14, 1975, American Bar Center, Chicago Illinois

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Other titlesEnsuring quality legal assistance for the general public.
Statementcompiled by Roderick N. Petry for the Special Committee on Specialization, American Bar Association ; Arthur M. Lewis, chairman ; with contributions by Lester Brickman ... [et al.]
ContributionsPetry, Roderick N., American Bar Association. Special Committee on Specialization., National Conference on Legal Specialization (1975 : Chicago, Ill.)
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