A canny old lawyer friend of mine made a practice of trying to explain his most complex legal problems to some intelligent- and, of course, patient- layman. He said he wanted to test his expert judgments by getting the reactions of an untrained mind.
December 11, 1939
9 Am. L. School Rev. 370 (1939), 27 Calif. L. Rev. 635 (1939), 8 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 21 (1939) (address before the Legal Education Section of the American Bar Association, San Francisco, July 11, 1939).
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