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December 15, 2004

Hantler updated; another online resource noted

Last week Jim Copland recommended Steve Hantler's December 7 WSJ op-ed, "How to Beat the Trial Bar." At the time, the piece was available online only to Journal subscribers. This appears still to be the case. However, it is now accessable, at no charge, via the website of the Legal Reform Project of the Emerging Trends Consulting Group. This site links to a number of other writings, including the work of the aforementioned Mr. Copland. Add it to your web itinerary!

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