Earlier this month, while most attorneys celebrated Independence Day with friends and family, L. Clifford Davis sat alone in his law office in East Fort Worth, Texas, contemplating his 58-year legal career.

There’s a symbolic reason Davis, 82, comes to work every year on the holiday. July 4, 1949, was the day Davis was sworn in as a lawyer before the Supreme Court of the state where he grew up, Arkansas.

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