The term [a profession] refers to a group . . . pursuing a learned art as a common calling in the spirit of public service – no less a public service because it may incidentally be a means of livelihood. Pursuit of the learned art in the spirit of a public service is the primary purpose.

Roscoe Pound, The Lawyer from Antiquity to Modern Times, 1953

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