The subjects for discussion at the Congress were distributed among four Committees.
Committee One concerned itself with “Procedures utilized by Administrative Agencies and Executive Officials”, Committee Two with “Control by the Legislature and the Courts over Executive Action”, Committee Three with “The Responsibility of Lawyers in a Changing World” and Committee Four with “The Role of Legal Education in a Changing Society”.
A summary of the discussions as well as the Conclusions reached by each of these Committees appear in this Report. The exchange of views among nearly 300 jurists from 75 countries, representing different social and legal systems, was invaluable in establishing principles and rules common to all communities of the free world.
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