For almost four years, I have been contributing to the Law Tribune, seeking to inspire and foster a quality which my fellow trenchant and talented observer, Dan Krisch, notes is all too rare among those in our profession: levity. The requirements, when I began, were soft Although I must confess that I secured the gig by looking exactly like my other fellow columnist, Norm Pattis, thus saving the expense and trouble of placing a new photo adjacent to my byline (this all changed of course, when Norm came out of retirement, and I had to have my picture taken, but I digress), the only other guidance I received about my submissions was, as they say in our profession, overly broad, but certainly not its boon companion, burdensome.
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The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 12, 2012
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