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" Law, considered as a science, consists of certain principles or doctrines. To have such a mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true lawyer;... "
The Centennial History of the Harvard Law School, 1817-1917 - Σελίδα 230
1918 - 412 σελίδες
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Τόμος 34

1887
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced through a series of cases; and much the shortest and best, if not the only way of mastering...

Harvard College, by an Oxonian

George Birkbeck Norman Hill - 1894 - 337 σελίδες
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...should be the business of every earnest student of the law. Each of these doctrines has arrived at its present state by slow degrees ; in other words,...

Proceedings ... Annual Meeting ..., Τόμος 22

Bar Association of the State of Kansas - 1905
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced in the main through a series of cases ; and much the shortest and best, if not the only way...

The American Law Register, Τόμος 55

1907
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...Each of these doctrines has arrived at its present stain by slow degrees; in other words, it is a growth; extending in many cases through centuries. This...

The Relation of Legal Education to Governmental Problems: An Address Before ...

George Woodward Wickersham - 1910 - 24 σελίδες
..."consists of certain principles or doctrines. To have such a mastery of these as to be able to apply them to the ever tangled skein of human affairs, is what...be the business of every earnest student of law."* The method to acquire such mastery, he asserted, was to study the growth of these principles or doctrines...

Social Case Workers and Better Industrial Conditions, Τεύχος 50

Shelby Millard Harrison - 1918 - 23 σελίδες
...doctrines" and the ability to apply them with success to "the tangled skein of human affairs" is what makes "a true lawyer"; and "hence to acquire that mastery...be the business of every earnest student of law." He held that "the number of fundamental legal doctrines is much less than is commonly supposed," and...

Engineering Education, Τόμος 27

American Society for Engineering Education, Society for the Promotion of Engineering - 1919
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...should be the business of every earnest student of law "Moreover, the number of fundamental legal doctrines is much less than commonly supposed ; the many...

Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Τόμος 27

Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (U.S.). Meeting - 1919
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...should be the business of every earnest student of law. . . . "Moreover, the number of fundamental legal doctrines is much less than commonly supposed; the...

Case and Comment, Τόμος 26

1920
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the evertangled skein of human affairs is what constitutes a true...many cases through centuries. This growth is to be traced in the main through a series of cases; and much the shortest and best, if not the only way of...

Natural Histories of Discourse

Michael Silverstein, Greg Urban - 1996 - 352 σελίδες
...mastery of these as to be able to apply them with constant facility and certainty to the ever-tangled skein of human affairs, is what constitutes a true...should be the business of every earnest student of law. (Langdell l87l) The data of legal science were to be found, for the most part, in legal opinions, which...
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