Law: Larks

Free as larks and just as gay, America's men of law (TIME, July 21, Aug. 4) sallied forth from London. Their Convention with their hearty English and Canadian colleagues was finished, but there were more good times in store. Some went north, some went east, not a few went south, very few came west.

In Paris, the U. S. Bar's distinguished princeps, Charles E. Hughes, unrecognizable for the moment as U. S. Secretary of State, struck one note of world-wide-peace-through-cooperation after another. At the Palais de Justice, at the Hôtel de Ville, he...

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