Law Practice of Nathaniel Hart Davis

The Law Practice of Nathaniel Hart Davis

"Right and Ready"

By:  Brian Dirck

 

The Law Practice of Nathaniel Hart Davis, 1850-1882

Table of Contents

Abstract

Chapter One:   "Open the door to the Lawyer's office…"

Chapter Two:  "To Be Void if I Do Not Properly Pay" – Law Practice, 1850-1861

Chapter Three:  "The Labors of the Profession" – Law Practice, 1861-1881

Chapter Four:  "More than Many Attorneys Would Have Done…"  –  Greenway v. DeYoung and Arnold v. Willis

Chapter Five:  "To Assist His Client in an Act of Injustice…"  –  Pounds v. Baker

Chapter Six:  "No Light or Trivial Reason"  –  Cartwright v. Cartwright

Chapter Seven:  "Right and Ready"  –  Conclusion

nathaniel hart & sarah simpson

Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson