Law: At Buffalo

Half a century old, the American Bar Association convened last week at Buffalo; heard itself praised extravagantly by Commerce Minister Maurice Bokanowski of France and George K. Montgomery, staff-bearer of the Montreal bar; took satisfaction from the presidential address of Charles S. Whitman, one- time (1915-18) Governor of New York; and settled to its business.

President Whitman's satisfying speech traced the Association's history from its founding at Saratoga, N. Y., by a small group of men who saw that the nation's legal thought would need guidance; mentioned the understandings reached at conferences between...

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