[W]e represent organized anarchy. It is both our strength and our weakness, our pride and our pleasure. We acknowledge no authority. Our members sharpen their wits on each other with joy and abandon. Judges, law school deans, and even senior partners are heckled without mercy. There is no restriction on comments save that they be pertinent, no restraint on insults save that they be good-humored.
H. H. Walker Lewis, The Wranglers, A Brief History of a Baltimore Law Club, 1965 Revision