When Charles Brown graduates from law school in 1933, his future looks bright. None of his classwork, however, has prepared him for Chicago's LaSalle Street. His scruples, combined with a certain degree of naivet, hinder his progress at every turn.
As he attempts to carve out a niche for himself, Charles has two strong allies: Charlotte, the woman he loves, and Jan, the man she has married.
Offering readers a fascinating glimpse into the legal profession, "A Day for Remembering" tells the story of one man's efforts to find love and success on his own terms.
About the Author
A graduate of the University of Michigan college and law school, Carl H. Urist practiced and taught law in Chicago. He died in 1961, shortly after finishing this novel.