Law: At Memphis

To reform the law, to have an outing, to see the great, some 4,000 lawyers last week congregated in October-cool Memphis for the 52nd annual meeting of the American Bar Association.

Law enforcement was the subject of the first big speech, by outgoing President Gurney Elwood Newlin of Los Angeles. He took the up-to-date angle: "The resort to lawlessness in enforcing law or seeking to enforce the law is more than casual, in fact, it tends to be habitual."

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