« Anyone who believes a better day dawns when lawyers are eliminated has the burden of explaining who will take their place. Who will protect the poor, the injured, the victims of negligence, the victims of racial discrimination, and the victims of racial violence?…Lawyers are the simple yet essential means by which people seek to vindicate their rights and we must not foreclose that means ».

JOHN CURTIN, remarks at American Bar Association annual meeting, Aug. 13, 1991.

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