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A character, I figured. Your basic hustler. I smiled cautiously. Nazzario watched
me a moment, then laughed out loud and gave me a wink. I had passed. At the
front of the room the instructor was calling us to order. "I'm Chris Henley," he said.
Among other things, Henley said we would be involved with a client interview, the
filing of suit, preparing and arguing a brief for summary judgment. At the very end
we would see how two experienced attorneys would handle the suit in a mock ...
Then Henley added a word of his own. "I hope you will all take some time off
during the year," he said. "I know you'll have your hands full. But it's so important,
so important to get away from the law now and then. Just so that you can
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