Law: Reprimand

Sometimes a lawyer employed in some public cause betrays the honor of his calling by offensive methods and is scored in the press. But perhaps never before in the history of the American Bar has any gentleman of the profession received such a devastating reprimand as that which the New York World, on its editorial page, launched last week at the barristers employed in the suit of Leonard Kip Rhinelander against his wife, Alice Jones.

The World said:

"However inglorious the role of Leonard Kip Rhinelander in this suit at White Plains, it...

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