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THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER, DAY 122: PROFESSIONALISM AND CIVILITY

THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER   DAY 122: PROFESSIONALISM AND CIVILITY   Sorry for the delays in posting. The grand move has proven to be a little more challenging than we first thought. Everything is now in the new place, the satellite … Continue reading

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THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER DAY 105: BAD LAWYERING (AND BAD PARENTING)

THE NEOPHYTE LAWYER   DAY 105: BAD LAWYERING (AND BAD PARENTING)   Would you sue your parents for not including money in your birthday card? Or not sending you care packages when you were in college? Or not taking you … Continue reading

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Day 27: L’Affair Rakofsky

The Neophyte Lawyer: Year One   Day 27: L’Affair Rakofsky (UPDATED 06/23/11)   Recently, the legal blogosphere has been all atwitter (Ablogspot? Awordpress? Afacebook?) about the actions of a New Jersey attorney named Joseph Rakofsky. Mr. Rakofsky had a bad … Continue reading

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