You and I are very proud and happy to be members of the great and noble and ancient profession of law or else we would not be here, and yet all of us have suffered constantly throughout our lives malignment upon the part of the public, castigated as liars and thieves and crooks and everything unworthy of the trust which we hold sacred to our practice of the profession. And it is very unjustifiably so, of course, as you know. But we as individuals ard entirely responsible for that concept upon the part of the public.
Salesmanship for Lawyers,
27 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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