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It's Time To Look Back To The Future

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I have been asked to contribute a column to this special edition of the Law Tribune, which casts a fond eye over the history of this fine publication, Connecticut law, its abusers and defenders, over the past 35 years. Being the sort of individual who, told to turn right will turn left 100 times out of 100 for the pure enjoyment of doing so, I have decided, instead, to join Doug Malan in writing about the future. Cue Zager and Evans ... "In the year 2525 ..."

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