Gerard J. St. John
Most of us have experienced things that we consider to have been especially significant in our lives. Stories about such things are generally handed down within our families in the words and in the perspectives of persons who do not quite get it right. I began to hear such stories about me circulating in my own family; and I decided to defend myself. Through a collection of short reminiscences, I would leave my children a record of what really happened. Before long, reminiscences expanded into articles about lawyers and law practice published in bar association magazines. When the Philadelp more...