Wednesday, June 03, 2015


Non-Lawyers and Lawyers

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), Lady Anna, chapter IX (the thoughts of Serjeant Bluestone, a lawyer):
[T]he world at large, the laity as distinguished from the lawyers, the children of the world as all who were not lawyers seemed to him to be, will do and must be expected to do, foolish things continually. They cannot be persuaded to subject themselves to lawyers in all their doings, and, of course, go wrong when they do not do so.

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