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" Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class, and to deprive the profession of that full measure of public esteem and confidence which belongs to the proper discharge of its duties than does the false... "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Sessions of the Texas Bar Association - Page 49
by Texas Bar Association - 1909
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Volume 46

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1921
...should he resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go 1n Supporting a Client's Cause. — Nothing operates...to deprive the profession of that full measure of puhlic esteem and confidence which helongs to the proper discharge of its duties, than does the false...
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar ..., Volume 40, Part 1915

American Bar Association - Law - 1915
...How Far a Lawyer May Oo in Supporting a Client's Cause. — Nothing operates more certainly to oreate or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as...to deprive the profession of that full measure of puhlic esteem and confidence which helongs to the proper discharge of its duties, than does the false...
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Proceedings of the Mid-winter Meeting ... and of the ..., Volumes 29-30

Ohio State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1909
...clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudices against lawyers as a class, and to deprive the profession of that full measure of public...
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Rules for Admission to the Bar

Admission to the bar - 1902
... 358-577 ; Dec. Dig. 157-169. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Canse. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster...the false claim, often set up by the unscrupulous in defence of questionable transactions, that it is the duty of the lawyer to do whatever may enable him...
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American Law School Review, Volume 2

Law - 1906
...clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition, or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates...belongs to the proper discharge of its duties than doesthe false claim, often set up by the unscrupulous in defense of questionable transactions, that...
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Proceedings of the State Bar Association of North Dakota

State Bar Association of North Dakota - Bar associations - 1909
...fraud. !•). How FAR A LAWYER MAY Go IN SUPPORTING A CLIENT'S CAUSE Nothing operates more ccrtainlv to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers...belongs to the proper discharge of its duties than docs the false claim, often set up by the unscrupulous in defense of questionable transactions, that...
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Memorandum ...

American Bar Association. Committee to Draft Canons of Professional Ethics - 1908 - 131 pages
...to create or foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class, and deprive the profession of the full measure of public esteem and confidence which...belongs to the proper discharge of its duties, than the false claim, often set up by the unscrupulous in defense of questionable transactions, that it...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 33

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1908
...clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to fostor popular prejudice against lawyers as a class, and to deprive the profession of that full measure...
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Annual Report of the Illinois State Bar Association

Illinois State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1909
...Attorney and Client, Cent. Dig. 217, 218; Dec. Dig. 106, 107. 25. (15) How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates...its duties than does the false claim, often set up bj the unscrupulous in defense of questionable transactions, that it is the duty of the lawyer to do...
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Elementary Law

William Lawrence Clark - Law - 1909 - 490 pages
...clients should be restored to only to prevent injustice, imposition, or fraud.12 15. How Far a Lawyer Hay Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates...measure of public esteem and confidence which belongs 10. Eight of attorney to compenaa- Agreement for contingent fee as tion, contracts therefor and value...
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