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Why I Am Qualified To Do What I Do

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

When I applied to write this column, I took a calculated risk sending to the iLaw Tribune/i the version of my résumé containing gritty details of my checkered employment career. There, in black and white, were the items that I would otherwise push under the carpet: my career in the music business; the fact that I fumbled around as a paralegal for a decade or so before I got my act together to go to law school; and my dubious sidelight as a riding instructor.

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