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January 28, 2006



I started in private practice in 1981, with two other attorneys. We were all just out of law school, with no money. We borrowed enough money to buy a TRS-80 Model II and a daisy-wheel printer. For the first three months of our practice, we had no secretary, took turns answering the phones, and cranked out a heck of a lot of legal docs on the Model II and the daisy-wheel. Those were the days!

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