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Jay Moffitt

Great post, and per usual, I mostly agree with you, Mr. Newton. However, not to be ironic, but there is a certain symmetry about not changing the rules in the middle of the game. I'm all for the idea in principle as as long as there is a lengthy probationary period. And by the way, I hate to remind you that these antiquated rules are the only thing in the way of the total corporatization of the practice of law.

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