"We have spent some pleasant time together in searching out the foundations of the law. In studying its principles, you have acquired, I trust, a creditable amount of knowledge upon the special topics which are most likely to claim the attention of active lawyers ...."
"You need never fear to aim to high. The arrow never gravitates upward. The great danger among lawyers is, that they sometimes aim to low...."
Campbell, James V. "Law and Lawyers in Society: An Address Delivered Before the Graduating Class of the Law Department of the University of Michigan, March 28, 1866". Detroit: F.A. Schober & Bro., 1866.