Historic photos of the Scopes monkey trial


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This has nothing to do with law practice, firm technology, or ethics, except peripherally, but it is pretty cool, nonetheless.

The Smithsonian recently posted a series of photographs from the Scopes monkey trial—the first major evolution case, which involved Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan (shown below) on opposite sides of the courtroom.

Now go and add Inherit the Wind to your Netflix queue.

Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes Trial Photographs | Flickr (via BoingBoing)


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