lunes, 17 de junio de 2013

Cambien “lawyer” por magistrado, presidente de una autoridad independiente… y “client” por político

Felix Frankfurter, who penned a memoir more than 50 years ago that included a richly descriptive portrait of how a lawyer can lose his professional soul in service to a demanding client. Regarding a railroad tycoon and the "boot-licking deference" paid by his cadre of lawyers, he wrote: "If it means that you should be that kind of a subservient creature to have the most desirable clients, the biggest clients in the country, if that's what it means to be a leader of the bar, I never want to be a leader of the bar. The price of admission is too high."

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