The proposed compulsory incorporation of the bar has awakened little interest in the country lawyer and his voice has been unheard in the debate that preceded and followed the introduction of the measure. As the conditions under which I practice are more rural than urban, I approach this discussion from the viewpoint of the country lawyer.
June 24, 1926
Printed in 4 New York Law Review 316 (1926) from an address delivered at a conference for the Federation of Bar Associations of Western New York, Buffalo, NY June 24, 1926
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