Law: Corrective

Lawyers know they are too numerous but no U. S. law body has ever asked for corrective action so drastic as that requested last week of the New Jersey Supreme Court by the New Jersey State Bar Association. To curb their State's half-baked lawyer mills, where ambitious drug clerks and ribbon salesmen learn just enough to squeak through their bar examinations, the lawyers asked the Court to require of every bar candidate the completion of a four-year college course and three years' full-time study at an accredited law school, under supervision of...

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