“There is more in the profession than the traditional dignified calling. The term referred to a group of men pursuing a learned act as a common calling in the spirit of public service, no less a public service because it may incidentally be a means of livelihood. Pursuing of the learned act in the spirit of public service is the primary purpose. Historically there are three ideas involved in the profession: organization, learning – pursuit of learned act, and a spirit of public service. These are essential.” Roscoe Pound, (1870–1964)

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