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" There is no profession in which moral character is so soon fixed as in that of the law ; there is none in which it is subjected to severer scrutiny by the public. It is well that it is so. The things we hold dearest on earth, — our fortunes, reputations,... "
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by Maryland State Bar Association - 1899
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 2

Cortlandt Van Rensselaer - Presbyterian Church - 1857
...indeed be irrevocably lost; but it will be years, before he will be able to regain a firm foothold. There is no profession, in which moral character is...well that it is so. The things we hold dearest on earth,—our fortunes, reputations, domestic peace, the future of those dearest to us, nay, our liberty,...
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 5

Cortlandt Van Rensselaer - 1855
...indeed be irrevocably lost; but it will be years, before he will be able to regain a firm foothold. There is no profession, in which moral character is...life itself, we confide to the integrity of our legal counsellors and advocates. Their character must be not only without a stain, but without suspicion....
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AN ESSAY ON PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

GEORGE SHARSWOOD - 1860
...indeed be irrecoverably lost ; but it will be years before he will be able to regain a firm foothold. There is no profession, in which moral character is...life itself, we confide to the integrity of our legal counsellors and advocates. Their character must be not only without a stain, but without suspicion....
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