I was in court the other day when I saw a lawyer who had gone to my high school waiting for things to be called into session. At about the same moment, we both said to each other something like, "Are you still doing this?" We laughed, and let on that old habits are hard to break. My friend also noted that when he was sworn in, he was amazed how many "old" lawyers came to court every Monday for short calendar. Perhaps there was a message in that.
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