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October 18, 2007

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Here's something useful for both trial lawyers and actual humans. Last week Anne Reed at Deliberations gave us a post which is important, gutsy and of the stuff that makes the blogosphere worth visiting. See "The Silent Stereotype". She begins:... [Read More]

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