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A Meaningful Difference: The Value of A Single Lawyer
Professor of Law
Charleston School of Law
Remarks for The Occasion: Two Key Questions
Can You Do This Program?
Is It Really Worth Doing?
My Own Personal Belief: Law is a Great & Honorable Profession
Answer To Question 1:
If You Work Hard, Of Course, You Can Complete This Program
Answer To Question 2: Is It Worth It? The Tale of A Famous Case
Reynolds v. Pegler
Quentin Reynolds, Plaintiff
Westbrook Pegler, Defendant
Louis Nizer, Reynolds Attorney
Judge Edward Weinfeld
Mr. Nizer:“You Only Have 3 Minutes”
What Would You Say To An Absolutely Key Witness – Utterly Unwilling To Testify?
Lord Mountbatten, The Key Witness
The Jury’s Verdict: Total Vindication for Quentin Reynolds
Lessons To Be Remembered:
Exactly like Nizer, you are certainly going to confront difficult tasks as a Lawyer / Law Student
So, Why Is It Really A Great Honor To Be A Lawyer?
Because There Are Countless Future Quentin Reynolds Who Will Always Desperately Need Professional Help
Thanks For Listening