The Zen philosopher Dogen famously wrote: “There is no beginning to practice nor end to enlightenment; There is no beginning to enlightenment nor end to practice.”

In a revelation that may surprise scholars, the 13th century sage was actually talking about law practice — that is, if the founding father of Fenwick & West, William Fenwick, has anything to say about it.

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