(Seventh in a Series)
We apologize for the delay in renewing this column. Space has been precious these last few months. When we last left you in September, Mr. Rupp was telling us about the characters in the firm’s offices and the environs of the Colman Building. Mr. Rupp writes during 1971.
One of the characteristics of law offices right up through World War II was that the work of young lawyers included process serving, paper serving on other lawyers, filing papers in the Clerk’s office and running all sorts of errands. Nowadays there are messenger services who do most of that, and it’s an improvement.
Winlock Miller, Jr., however,...