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From the Editors



The final issue of volume 49 marks the termination of a very brief experience in the College of Law. If our brief career in the law school and on the Law Review has taught us anything, it is that a lawyer cannot properly represent his client and meet the responsibilities of professional life unless he assumes, and lives up to, his responsibilities with an attitude of self-pride. Only if we as lawyers take pride in the development of our work product can we hope to serve our clients and add something constructive to the legal process. In the meantime, the College of Law will not yet have a separate graduation; the College of Law is still at or near the bottom of the priority list. Whether the citizens of this state in particular receive representation in legal matters by counsel who have had the best training available is, to a large extent, dependent upon the quality of education offered by the College of Law.