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Seven Reasons Why Practicing Law Might Be More Stressful than Spending 18 Months in a POW Camp

ByLaw.net, from Office Managing Director
Summary: If you are going to practice law, you need to be prepared for stress. Practicing law in a law firm requires a certain type of person to be successful.
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