27 Law Notes (Edward Thompson Co.) i (1923-1924)

handle is hein.journals/lawnotes27 and id is 1 raw text is: Vol,. XXVII.]          n.¢r¢d at the Post-Office at Northport. N. Y.. as second-class matter. Copyright, 1923. by Edward Thompson Co.  [No. I
Subscription $2.00 per year.               NORTHPORT, NEW           YORK, APRIL, 1923.                             Issued Monthly

UNIFORM LAWS ANNOTATED
Supplies a Real Need
The profession owes much to the Edward Thomp-
son Company, publishers of law books, but the debt has been
very much increased by the publication of Uniform Laws
Annotated. Nothing we know of, of late years, has been
more important to the profession at large than the work done
by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform
Laws.
From the Virginia Law Register,
March, 1923.
RESOLVED, that the Executive Committee of the
National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State
Laws records its approval and commendation of Uniform
Laws Annotated published by the Edward Thompson
Company.
.4 resolution passed at a recent meeting
of the Executive Committee of the
National Conference of Commis-
sioners on Uniform State Laws.
The publishers deserve the thanks of the profession
for adding this valuable tool to the equipment of the lawyer.
From the Cornell Law Quarterly.
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NORTHPORT

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