16 Judges J. 1 (1977)

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Winter 1977

Contents

The Federal Constitution in the State Courts:
The Increasing Responsibilities of State Judges
Judge Philip  W. Tone  ............................
Juvenile Justice and Adversary Proceedings
Dr. Barbara B. Knight ...........................
Remarks Before the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference
John P. Frank, Esquire ...........................
Judicial Administration Division News ..................
Lawyers' Legal Liability Insurance
Professor Irving Pfeffer ...........................
Book Review
Changing Law
Arthur T. VanderbiltH  ..........................

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Volume 16

Number 1

The Judges' Journal
Published quarterly by the ABA Press for the Judicial Administration Division, American Bar
Association, 1155 E. 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637. Second Class Postage pending in
Chicago, Illinois. Subscription for Division members ($6.00) is included in their dues.
Non-member subscriptions: $10.00.

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