Standardization of the School of Law 409
and in business relations, that justice might become too expensive for
the common man, that there was a proper work for some lawyers in
North Carolina who would not be able to pass an examination for
license that might puzzle a justice of a Supreme Court. On the other
hand, the lawyers on the Board of Trustees were convinced that either
the Wake Forest College School of Law must be discontinued or its
standards be such as would meet the approval of all standardizing
agencies, and that it was imperative that the change should be made
without delay. In all this they had the support of nearly all friends of
the College. Results have proved their wisdom.
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