No greater misfortune can befall us than to have our leading lawyers become so preoccupied with individual practice that they fail to recognize difficulties gathering for the whole profession. Something like this has happened to the medical profession and may well be happening to lawyers.
December 9, 1939
address at Junior Bar Conference of the American Bar Association, San Francisco, California, July 9, 1939, RHJP Box 38.
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