American Bar Meeting

Georgians To Attend American Bar Meeting

The Constitution
July 28, 1913

Heads of Two Great Judicial Systems Will Meet for First Time

When the American Bar association holds its annual session September 1-3 this year as the guests of the Montreal, Canada, bar, the heads of the two greatest judicial systems in history will meet for the first time in history, and one of the most prominent lawyers of another country will also be present.

Chief Justice White of the United States, and Lord Handale, lord high chancellor of Great Britain, keeper of the great seal and by virtue of his office, presiding officer of the House of Lords, and Maitre Laborl, a leading member of the French bar, will meet on that occasion. Many other distinguished men including Ex-President Taft will be president.

Georgia is certain to be well represented at this meeting. Among the distinguished attorneys of this state who are expected to attend are: Judge Samuel B. Adams, of Savannah; Reuben R. Arnold, of Atlanta; Charles L. Bartlett, of Macon; Morris Brandon, of Atlanta; Walter G. Charlton, of Savannah; Andrew J. Cobb, of Athens; Henry L. Cunningham, of Savannah; William W. Gordon, Jr., of Savannah; Robert M. Hitch, of Savannah; Alex C. King, of Atlanta; Alexander R. Lawton, of Savannah; Peter W. Meldrim, of Savannah; Hamilton McWhorter, of Athens; Hollins N. Randolph, of Atlanta; Burton Smith, of Atlanta; Judge Emory Speer, of Macon; John L. Tye, of Atlanta; Edgar Watkins, of Atlanta; Williams A. Wimbish, of Atlanta; and Barry Wright, of Rome.

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