Tyrell Williams Memorial Lecture

The Seven Lamps of the Law

Leonard W. Brockington
The most eloquent of those who have spoken of our profession have often talked of the law as though it were a great building, a temple, a house of many mansions. A house in whose gardens flow the streams that fertilize the mercies and purify and cleanse the conscience of mankind. Perhaps you recall as I do some of the deathless words of Daniel Webster, “Justice, Sir, is the great…

United States v. Lovett and the Attainder Bogy in Modern Legislation

Wylie H. Davis