16 American Bar Association Journal 595 (1930)
Did Constitutional Convention of 1850 Actually Mean to Prohibit Requiring Educational Qualifications in Applicants for Admission ?-Examination of Journal and Debates Supports Contrary Inference-"Good Moral Character" as a Phrase of Changing Content to Be Given a Present-Day Meaning
Gavit, Bernard C., "Indiana's Constitution and the Problem of Admission to the Bar" (1930). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 1229.