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CLT columnist and former state Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois.

My editor recently wrote to ask if I had dropped off the face of the earth. Not quite, but reading and correcting close to 4,000 pages of motions, memos and other legal prose this past semester for 50 students, with seven graded exercises—some pretty complex—no page limits and a very tight time schedule, turned me into a bit of a recluse. It’s all in the rearview mirror now, and before the craziness begins again, I’ve enjoyed a few weeks of sanity.

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