Trial Lawyers: Reality and the Constitution

, New York Law Journal

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In a speech given after receiving the Federal Bar Council's Learned Hand Award on Law Day, Second Circuit Judge Barrington D. Parker Jr. said: In thinking about cases such as 'Loving v. Virginia' and 'Hurd v. Hodges,' I asked myself what would this country look like if any of them had been lost. Who knows? The point is, they were not lost. Trial lawyers saw to that and, as a consequence, the nation before our very eyes became more decent and more just.

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