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In the latest edition of After Hours: Mary Westbrook makes a visit to Argentina’s Parque Nacional los Glaciares, Legal Times’ editor in chief recalls his experience teaching English composition on an Indian reservation, and Elena Albamonte has created a dating site strictly devoted to lawyers. All this, plus the latest music, book, food, and wine reviews…
Patagonia’s Icy Peaks Visitors to Argentina’s Parque Nacional los Glaciares (right) are more likely to be overrun by boisterous groups of summertime backpackers than wild animals. Larger than Rhode Island, the park is a region of mountains, lakes, and hundreds of glaciers, situated in the southwest corner of the country’s Santa Cruz province, on the border with Chile. by Mary Westbrook
Writing a Life Where the Desert Begins Teaching English composition on an Indian reservation taught the editor of Legal Times something about narrative and a lot about finding the truth. by James Oliphant
Debussy’s ‘La Mer’: Floating in the Sound Many of us try to combine business and pleasure during summer vacations by bringing our work and the tools of our trade to the beach. That would have been unthinkable for Claude Debussy (right). by Peter Gutmann
Must Love Depositions: Lawyers ISO Dates Elena Albamonte (right), a former Justice Department immigration lawyer, created LawyersinLove.com, a dating site strictly devoted to lawyers. by Emma Schwartz
On a Collision Course In his informative if not riveting new book, When Courts & Congress Collide: The Struggle for Control of America’s Judicial System, Indiana University law professor Charles Geyh shows that congressional animus toward judges predates even Marbury v. Madison. by Seth Stern
Le Paradou: Delicious Cuisine in a Quiet Room An e-mail came in recently, urging a visit to the “new Le Paradou” restaurant (right) in Penn Quarter downtown. And Tony Mauro thought the e-mail seemed worth heeding… by Tony Mauro
Northwest of Napa Lesser-known regions in Napa Valley produce outstanding wines at reasonable prices (at least by Napa standards). by Phillip Dub�

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