I was invited to a reception recently. This was a rare occurrence, as I suffer from a malady known as sociabilitus incompetus, which renders me unable to deal with people in groups holding cocktails and talking about nothing. This hearkens back to my days as a student at a local preparatory school, which shall remain unnamed, as its deficiencies should not be explored outside the confines of a therapy group, but I digress.
Feeling Out Of Place At Lawyers' Party
The Connecticut Law Tribune
June 21, 2010
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