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October 17, 2008


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Andrew Barovick

That is very funny. Billable hours (the concept), and the corruption it inevitably invites, is what drove me out of big firm life, and into the freedom of private practice.
But if you want FUNNY, check out the story of the Nebraska state senator who tried to sue God, and was rebuffed when the local court found that service could not be effecutated on that "defendant." It is on my blog at www.barovicklawny.com." Keep up the great work!

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