Response or Comment
So long as human conduct and relations must accord with pre-established and determinable rules, the study of law, and the practice thereof, will be of absorbing interest. When we consider futher that our government is one of law, and the the positisions of highest responsibility therein are such that training in law is peculiarly desirable, it is not at all surprising that many young men have taken to the legal profession.
Aigler, Ralph W. "Training for a Profession--Law." Mich. Alumnus 24 (1918): 531–2.