A small, once vacant conference room in the back corner of Kline & Specter‘s 19th floor offices on Locust Street in Philadelphia has an impressive view of the city’s skyline, but it’s the walls — now adorned with pictures depicting a lifetime of shaking hands and meeting with the world’s top political leaders — that are more likely to catch one’s eye.
Between a conference table already crowded with papers and a cluttered desk overlooking the city sits a longtime U.S.-senator-turned-private-practice-attorney, Arlen Specter.
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