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Storer, Bellamy:

THE LEGAL PROFESSION: AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE LAW DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1856, BY...OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS.

C. Clark, Cincinnati: 1856 19, [1 blank] pp. Disbound without wrappers, Very Good. "Storer was a judge of the Superior Court of Cincinnati at this time." BEAL. "Unsullied professional honor" as well as "sound learning" must be cultivated; for the lawyer's profession, especially in a democratic republic, is essential to "the progress of civil and religious liberty, and their consequent attendants, intelligence and moral virtue." The lawyer is too often portrayed "as the advocate of arbitrary power, and sometimes the unscrupulous, the abandoned defender of crime." Now more than ever, good lawyers are necessary, for "Our Union has been threatened; and there are those who in their madness and folly, would upheave the pillars of our Republic." OCLC locates four copies of this item, and five of the Louisville printing. BEAL 8532. OCLC 24892387 [4]. Not in Harv. Law Cat., Coleman, Marke.


Book Id: 19740

Price: $250.00

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