One Hand ClappingNorm Pattis, The Connecticut Law Tribune
Dispatches From A Lawyer's ER
The best stories we keep to ourselves. It's the law's way. You hang a shingle asking people to come to tell you their troubles. Good lawyers often lose a taste for fiction as a form of entertainment. We don't need to make things up. Just be alert. Pay attention. Try not to be overwhelmed by it all. And remember, always, the attorney-client privilege. We lawyers are, after all, the low-priests of chaos.
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