Report No. 58
10.18. What Cohen has observed about the of lawyers, in our view, applies equally to the role of Judges. Says Cohen1:
"A lawyer must study the stream of life and be constantly thinking of ways of improving the containing legal forms. We too are men, and now we will live not as pall-bearers of dead past but as the creators of a more glorious future. By all means let us be loyal to the past, but above all loyal to the future, to the Kingdom which doth not yet appear."
1. Morris R. Cohen, A Dreamer's Journey, (Autobiography of Morris R. Cohen), p. 180-181.