Organization of courts

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Other titlesMethods of selecting and retiring judges., Local courts of limited jurisdiction.
Statement[by] Roscoe Pound; Methods of selecting and retiring judges [by] Albert M. Kales; Local courts of limited jurisdiction [by] Herbert Harley.
SeriesAmerican judicature society to promote the efficient administration of justice. Bulletin VI, Bulletin (American Judicature Society)
ContributionsKales, Albert Martin, 1875-1922., Harley, Herbert Lincoln, 1871-
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LC ClassificationsKF8700.A73 A5
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p.
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Open LibraryOL6641707M
LC Control Number22003739
OCLC/WorldCa529243

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