JUDICIARY: Justice for All

New laws breed litigation, and a great invisible subsidy of the New Deal has been enjoyed by the legal profession. No one knows this better than Lawyer Robert Houghwout Jackson, now Solicitor General. Painfully consistent in his New Dealism was he last week when, addressing the Junior Bar Conference (lawyers under 36) at San Francisco, he put his profession on notice as follows:

"The Government is already, through relief rolls and WPA projects, providing support for a very substantial number of lawyers. At the same time it sees a large number of citizens who help pay taxes, deprived...

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