On July 2, 1963, the founder of a prominent law firm in Louisville, Ky. (my home) wrote the seven other lawyers in his office to set forth his “very substantial dissatisfaction” with those lawyers’ practice habits. Prominent on Sam Greenebaum’s mind was the misuse of forms:
Review of Reviews: “When To Praise The Machine: The Promise and Perils of Automated Transactional Drafting,” S. C. L. Rev. (forthcoming)
William E. Foster, professor at, and Andrew Lawson, graduate of, University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, Ark.