32 Fed. B.J. [i] (1973)

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BAR JOURNAL
Volume 32  Winter 1973  Number 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS
A bout  the  A uthors  ................................................. iv
T o  O ur  R eaders  ...................................................  v
ARTICLES
SYMPOSIUM: THE LAWYER IN GOVERNMENT
The Federal Attorney's Position Within the Government . . . Richard G. Kleindienst 1
The Government Lawyer
A Report of the Special Committee on Federal Career Legal Service .......... 10
The Lawyer's Recognition Award ........... Charles W. and Marion S. Sherrer 26
The Oliver Report .. ...... Excerpts from the Model Attorney Evaluation System 39
Ethics Opinion 73-1: The Government Client and
Confidentiality .................. Federal Bar Association Ethics Committee 71
National Energy Policy and the Antitrust Laws ............ Thomas E. Kauper 76
REVIEW
United States Savings Bonds: Legal Aspects ............................... 85

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