“You’d be surprised what you can adjust to,” said Eric H. Blinderman, back on the job this month at Proskauer Rose after nearly two years in Iraq as a member of the international legal team that prosecuted Saddam Hussein and six co-defendants for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

He added, “You don’t stop living because you’re under threat. You just proceed forward. It’s not healthy to walk around with a fatalistic attitude.”

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