“Lawyers should never marry other lawyers, This is called inbreeding, from which comes idiot children — and more lawyers.”
— David Wayne in the 1949 Tracy-Hepburn film, “Adam’s Rib”

There is a fundamental question about having a life in the law, one that often is thought about but seldom voiced out loud: Should two lawyers mate? Or for that matter date?

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