Legal Services and Procedure: A Report to the Congress

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Contents

Introduction
1
General Report and Recommendations
7
A Exemptions from Statutory Controls
23
K Office of Legal Services and Procedure
32
Legal Representation
41
The Privilege of Representation by and the Discipline of Attorneysat
46
Recommendations 52
52
The Privilege of Representation by and the Discipline of Persons
53
Reorganization of Legal Services
59
Integration of Legal StaffsGeneral
67
Integration of Legal StaffsDefense
75
Legal Career Service
85
Duplicating and Overlapping Jurisdiction of Agencies
113
Legislative Delegations of Authority
133
Judicial Review
175
Limitations of Authority
220
Office of Legal Services and Procedure
232
Transfer of Judicial Functions of Administrative Agencies to the Courts
239
Recommendation No 21 31
257
Recommendations for Additional Sections of the Administrative Court
269
Right to Representation in Administrative Proceedings
287
B The Privilege of Representing Others in Admin
289
General Standards of Conduct
295
Recommendation No 22 35
305
E The Privilege of Representation by and
311
Legislation for Improved Legal Services
327
Legislation for Improved Legal Procedures
359
Administrative Action for Improved Legal Services and Procedure
429
Recommendations for Additional Sections of the Administrative Court
435
Letter of Submission V
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59
59
67
67
75
75
Introduction ix
ix
FOA should be terminated on June 30 1955 1
5
Suggested Distribution of Present FOA Functions 11
11
Importance of Centralized Control by Operating Division of the State Depart
21
Program 27
27
85
59
104
104
The United Nations and its specialized agencies 115
115
113
116
b Current U N Organizations 117
117
4 IMF 118
118
5 UNREF 119
119
8 UNICEF 120
120
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration 121
121
OEEC and EP4 122
122
PPU 123
123
Piscussion 124
124
133
129
287
155
157
157
172
172
305
294
327
327
Background 347
347
United States Army 353
353
174
354
359
359
Introduction 371
371
Encouragement of private investment abroad 383
383
Counterpart
522
Department of Labor
528
Present status of United States aid to British Military
534
Nature of French aid
548
Technical assistance Technical cooperation or technical exchange
555
Summary Observations
561
Background
569
Military Assistance Program
579
Other Economic Activities
587
Background and United States policy objectives
597
Recommendations made at that time
601
Immigration policy
603
Progress made since 1951
605
General consideration respecting administration of the United States aid program
609
Part played by United States aid in Israels financial recovery
611
The United States dollar aid program summarized
615
Israels total import program
619
Local currency portion of United States aid
623
Technical assistance
625
German reparations as a factor in the United States aid program
629
Other factors affecting eventual selfsufficiency and possible United States aid
631
XIV
635
Philosophy of the program
737
Present status of the United States aid program
741
Indian community development
743
Tubewells in India
744
United States labor program in India
745
Personnel and administration
746
Loans and grants
747
New India investment corporation
748
United States foodgrain loan to India 1951
749
Commodity aid
750
Multilateral aid
751
Discussion
752
Findings
753
Introduction
759
United States aid
761
Aid to China mainland
766
United States aidfiscal year 1955
768
Major projects
772
Personnel
775
Economic problems
776
Overseas Chinese
780
Observations
782
Introduction
789
Program objectives and obstacles to attainment
791
Contributions of past programs to the attainment of program ob jectives
793
United States contributions to the program
795
Philippine contributions to the program
799
Organizations responsible for administration of the program
801
Fiscal year 1955 operational program
803
Fiscal year 1956 proposed program
807
The Philippine contribution to the program
811
Relation of Philippine program to other outside resources
813
InterviewMr H W Prentis Jr with FOA officials
815
Observations
817
Military and political background
827
Reorganization of United States economic aid activities
834
Procurement of commodities
841
Inflation
847
Findings and conclusions
853

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