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Lawyering Askew: Excesses In The Pursuit Of Fees And Justice, Kenneth Lasson Nov 1994

Lawyering Askew: Excesses In The Pursuit Of Fees And Justice, Kenneth Lasson

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Lawyer-bashing in America has long been a national pastime, having somehow escaped the palliative of political correctness that has greatly diminished other scurrilous pursuits like Jewish-American-Princess-baiting and Polish-joking.

Much of the profession's negative image can be ascribed to the sheer number of people hanging out their shingles as attorneys at law - just about as many per capita as there are inmates currently serving time in all the state prisons. Lawyers are likewise chastised for the hard-sell hucksterism of their advertising, the exponential growth of their caseloads, and the endless upward spiral of their fee scales. No doubt such perceptions ...


Fight Muhammad's 'Secret' With Facts, Kenneth Lasson Jun 1994

Fight Muhammad's 'Secret' With Facts, Kenneth Lasson

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