Novelist David Fulmer said the fiction writing class he has taught in Decatur, Ga., for the past four years has drawn all types of people, but one group stands out: lawyers.

“I never went looking for lawyers, but I’ve had at least one attorney in almost every class,” said Fulmer, a mystery writer with eight books and a Shamus Award to his name. Real estate developers, software engineers, carpenters, fraud investigators and travel agents have also signed up, but Fulmer said he gets more lawyers than any other type of professional.

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