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I'm sure I'd have loved to do this when I finished my undergrad. Thankfully I was not allowed to do it to the great benefit of the poor bastards Etherton would have unleashed me on.

I think back to the legal nonsense I came out with or the arguments I raised in essays and cringe. The benefit of on the job training, and experience, is that we learn that certain arguments have been had and which ones stand a hope of succeeding in court.

We've all prepared those essays that rely on obscure "precedent" and tenuous legal argument. We've all written 1000 words to explain something that the profession understands simply by citation of a case.

Why would we want every LIP to present a freeman of the land type case?

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