Law: In London

Led by their leader, Charles E. Hughes, some 400 U. S. men of law trooped into Westminster Abbey, London, found chairs reserved for them In Poet's Corner. Though not yet offi- cially the guests of the English Bench and Bar, the visitors' presence was recognized by a sermon on Fundamentalism vs. Modernism, their native religious issue.

Next morning, the 400, their ranks swelled near to 1,500, entered cavernous Westminster Hall, ancient home of Anglo-Saxon Jurisprudence. Big Ben itolled; an impressive silence fell; the assemblage rose; the English Judges, richly dight, proceeded majestically behind the...

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