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THE M ICH ICGA M DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 5,

1932

dilid 0lN 0 1dSUrid tr J S YMPOSIUM OF LAW
x ~encouraging qmd improving the Professs
L13.ld.ypsumfrte ups o egv

TO SPONSO R
n by George Gratton Wilson,
or of international law at
rd.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE MVICH-IGAN' DAILY

f eachinp of international law in they

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Others are Vnainl Con-
Professor Talks at Open Forum smle olee fth onr ception ao f Interna' onal Law,"
on Unethical Actions sponsored by the Carnegie founda-1 "CodMcat iofTinternational Law
Lion, will be held here this summer !With Spca eeececto Diplo-
Sin Profession. for the first time-. math' : T1 e2 adIm'm!it fies,"
_Fifty pee;ae rom as many col'. y e7 s S )>ve,Co rfso
Dishonesty, unethical conduct, leges have beeunappointed to attf of AnI _
and incomrpetence among lawyers the, intensiv pog acating fo CjJlisiuto~hr
vadicsdbyPo.EBlte June 27 to July 23. Ax busy mnhtrrt~p n piaino n
was discussed by rof .Bltoof ,round tale discussions,,se minars tra in a i CloAorcr
Sta, .son, of the lawr school Sunday at and lectuire is planned for the vis- Cunr s"by ;,, .Dikns-
an open forum at the Unitarian iting educators, according to Prof. profe"ode o urc awinte LawiSgaool:

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church. Jesse S. Reeves of the political sci tional Law," by Georg~e A. Fin~ch,
Professor Stason has lor* been; once department. managing editor of the '.m-rican
active in the movement to incor- In order that thae group may be Journal of International Law
borate the bar in the state of Michi-. kept together and to encourage dis- Pub lie lectures on topics related
ig .n and is in close touch with the cussion, the, men will reside in two to the symposium will also 3 e given.
pi oblem of making lawyers live up fraterinty houses, while the v-,omen -
to the ethics of their profession, will be housed in a dormito y.
The most serious offense,.;forl The courses a n cl instructors forRESLPT
which lawyers are made to a-_ sw er{ which. have been announced are uet
incude misappropriation o _' Ynds "The Classics o f International ueth
and the 'perversion of the ends of Law," to be 'given by James Brown
justice through dishonesty, P. ofes- Scott, president of the American i. r ACS I ri t
nsor Stason brought out. Put -> society of international law;, "In-e= IE
ment for this sort of offens is bes ternational Law and the Constitu- 1,
effected by absolute disbar ment tion,' "Codification of the Law with
through action of the court. Regard to Territorial W4ater s," andD4
1 Offenses against the general kred_""The Colnpetence of the Courts
of this wichth le~ Iproessonwith Regard to Foreign State," to

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is guided by are generally hnbledc
through the bar associatLion in
which the individual lawyer, is en-
rolled, he stated. Overcharging..ci-
ents, too vigorous a prosecution of a
case, or th~e over' eager solicitation
of business which some members. of:
the bar resort to are some of the
common violations of the legal code'
of ethics upon which bar associa-
tions are accustom-ed to take action,
it was brought out. This action may
take the form of complete disbar-
mient which involves court action.,
or it may involve merely a repri-
mand from the judge. This repri-
mand is made public in the more.
serious, offenses, Professor Stason
brought out.
The' general tendency in the mnat-{
ter of honest and ethical lawyers
is one of definite improvement, Pro-
fessor Stasoi, thinks.

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