Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Legacy of John Adams

One hundred percent of our voters believe that pro bono representation of the popular and unpopular is a nobel tradition in the law and should not be a bar to working for the government.

John Adams would agree. He didn't just work for the government, he worked toward creating our government, even after he represented the wildly unpopular British soldiers accused of the Boston Massacre. (Although I don't know if he took on the representation pro bono).

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