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The Need for Reappraisal of Leadership of the Bar
Morris L. Ernst
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 47, No. 10 (OCTOBER 1961), pp. 959-962
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25721746
Page Count: 4
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Mr. Ernst states flatly that the lawyers of the country have either abandoned or lost their role of leadership. He traces this to a number of causes: failure to communicate ideas to the public; use of the committee process which is antithetical to leadership by its nature; the refusal of the best lawyers to handle negligence cases or serve as defense counsel in mine-run criminal trials; the denigration of new lawyers by established leaders of the Bar. What is needed, Mr. Ernst declares, is a leader with fire in his belly to let the people know that the legal profession does really care about truth and justice.
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