Washington DC: Patriot games
The bitter tussle for the White House between Republicans and Democrats is the biggest story of 2004, and the legal profession, in one guise or another, is right at the heart of the battle. Antony Collins looks at the role lawyers play in politics in Washington DC
As the US enters the final leg of one of its tightest and bitterest election battles ever, the legal profession – through a combination of contributions, legislation and personalities – has found itself plunged into the political spotlight.
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