Austin’s James C. Harrington is getting ready for a renewed assault on his mailbox.
Harrington has represented many unpopular clients and causes during his career as a civil rights attorney. But nothing prompted more hate mail than his 1991 suit against the State Bar of Texas over the inadequacy of pro bono legal services to indigent Texans.
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