Condition of the Crown Prince

1888 Journal of the American Medical Association  
partment of the University. And now, with a thorough knowledge of medicine rendered more complete by three years of direct care of the insane and nine years of general practice, he adds a full knowledge of the law, aided by ten years of active teaching of medical jurisprudence, he has taken his position as a member of the Chicago Bar, and is prepared to give special attention to those numerous and impor¬ tant cases, the adjudication of which involves med¬ ical testimony and the application of
more » ... he application of the rules of medico-legal investigation. With a thorough practi¬ cal knowledge of both professions, and mental capa¬ city of a high order, he will readily become one of the most useful and successful members of the legal profession.
doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400290019006 fatcat:hbb3w24no5e3del447dq33msaa