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What Do Trial Lawyers Have In Common With Teachers?

One of the better trial judges I have appeared in front of started as a math teacher. This lawyer did that in reverse.

When I entered the classroom each new school year, I became responsible for teaching a group of strangers who may not have wanted to be there, about a subject that they may not have wanted to learn and were largely ill-equipped to understand. This easily could be considered the job description of a trial attorney.

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