Lawyers mobilized over the weekend after President Donald Trump announced Friday that refugees couldn’t enter the U.S. for four months and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries would be barred for three months.

Among those who rushed to U.S. airports to help and protest on Saturday were the nation’s big business lawyers, in some cases from the very firms whose partners advise the Trump administration and lobby Congress.

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