The once bleach-white paper seemed to bleed sanguine red ink. And what’s worse—this assignment had quietly made its way to my desk from the hands of a senior partner at the law firm.

I have not forgotten the first assignment feedback that I received from the late, legendary lawyer, Parker D. Thomson. The day after submitting a draft brief, I dutifully marched into a fish bowl conference room on his orders.

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