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Telling Stories: A Confession
Telling Stories: A Confession

Creation Just yesterday morning, in the courthouse cafeteria, I’m sitting with two attorneys when the topic of the Trial Lawyers College comes up. I will return there in August for what will be my third year attending since completing the initial three-week program in 2017. ...

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