San Diego Law Review

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This Article contends that the prevalent public ignorance of the methods, objectives, and development of the justice system is the root of indifference, hostility and public desuetude. This public illness plaguing the legal system is in need of remedy. Remedies to the legal system should be directed at the segments of the profession which will effectuate such reforms: the Judiciary (the Bench), Lawyers (the Bar), and Law Schools. The author concludes that the legal system is in constant need of reforms that continue enhance the legal system as society’s values change and develop.

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