Law: Admitted

During the past fortnight, the Nation's press has vociferously applauded two ambitious young barristers. Miss Susan Brandeis, daughter of Mr. Associate Justice Louis D. Brandeis of the U. S. Supreme Court, and Charles P. Taft II, son of Mr. Chief Justice William Howard Taft, have been admitted to practice before the highest court in the land. To qualify for this prerogative, a barrister must have been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of his state, must be introduced by someone already admitted. Hundreds of lawyers, spurred by the demands of their...

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