JUDICIARY: Lawyers' Advice

Administrative law is the name lawyers have for rulings of Government agencies like the Federal Trade Commission and National Labor Relations Board, to whom "lawmaking" authority is delegated by Congress. With over 100 such agencies functioning today, administrative lawmakers rival judges and legislatures as a nuisance to lawyers. Last week the House of Delegates (legislative body) of the American Bar Association, to which 16% of U. S. lawyers subscribe, convened in Chicago's Edgewater Beach Hotel to discuss two new brands of nuisance insurance.

Up for the Delegates' consideration was a report commissioned over six years ago, finished in 1937, by...

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