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|Lawyers I suppose were children once. - Lamb, Charles He is no lawyer who |
cannot take two sides. - Lamb, Charles It is unfair to believe everything we hear
about lawyers, some of it might not be true. - Lieberman, Gerald F. A jury too often
|Charles Lamb It is unfair to believe everything we hear about lawyers. Some of it |
might not be true. Gerald F. Lieberman Lawyers should not marry other lawyers.
This is called inbreeding, from which comes idiot children and other lawyers.
|By Douglass Jerrold Quote Rating 75% Topics: Lawyers He is no lawyer who |
cannot take two sides. By Charles Lamb Quote Rating 75% Topics: Lawyers It is
unfair to believe everything we hear about lawyers. Some of it might not be true.
1875 - 618 pages
|We have heard some persons remark, " We read of the great men who have |
preceded, and of those whose reputation is high ; we ... It is perfectly true that a
man may be able to occupy a comfortable, and indeed an honorable, and even
au enviable ... Treacherous — not because Providence has not ordained
everything with a merciful hand, but every one is liable to ... and we have a
striking illustration in the remark made by that eminent and able lawyer, the late
Lord Justice Knight ...
U S Congress - 2007 - 1387 pages
|It is true, is it not, that we have had no hearings on this legislation? Mr. DURBIN. |
... We can do it. I think the Senator from Nevada recalls after 9/11 we had a
problem with terrorism, of course, and the threat of terrorism. That had an impact
on the ...
U S Congress - 2006 - 1390 pages
|I hope that reason will prevail; that we can reach a compromise of some sort that |
will allow everybody to walk away from this in ... Once one understands who he is
and what he has gone through, it really is unfair to be hard on him as a person ...
As a matter of fact, we hear from our friends on the other side of the aisle that this
has nothing to do with his ethnic background. ... I will assure my colleagues of
one thing, if you do not believe anything else I have said, that the American Bar ...
|Almost before he can talk, a child will hold on to a coin, and he seems able to |
distinguish it from everything else. A boy does not think so much of whether or not
he is getting into the place God intended him for as of how much money he is to
get out of a job. ... It is well known that some of the men who get enormous fees
and become millionaires are not great lawyers at all, and have ... How often we
hear it said, "Why, that physician has a practice of twenty-five thousand dollars a
|That shows that labor was not cooperating. While we hear talk about what capital |
must do, I can say tonight that labor must do its share as well as capital. I believe
that there are a great many ways in which the work will be improved.
|unfair to ask them to present it before they are ready to do so, while in the |
meantime it would be unwise to deky taking steps to ... It was also promised by
the Attorney-General that mine- owners should be made responsible to the
miners, to a ... use of these explosives is doing great damage to their health, and,
if anything can be done to remedy this state of things, ... prosperity does not exist
there at all, and if some system could be devised whereby we could distribute the
labour that is ...
2009 - 1542 pages
|the amount of attorneys' fees awarded in class actions over the past ten years. ... |
Therefore, I cannot support this unfair '"Class Action Fairness Act" bill, and I will
vote no. ... I believe it is fair to say there has been, ever since September 11 and I
think one can argue even before, a concerted effort by those who ... of this Senate
having watched now for several weeks as we have done nearly everything but
focus on the real business of America. ... Some issues we hear about all the time.