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January 11, 2005

Tort reform programming note

The Washington Legal Foundation will host a program on "State and Federal Priorities for Reforming the Legal System" this Thursday, January 13, from 9 to 10:15 AM ET. Speakers include Victor Schwartz, Patrick Hanlon, and James Wootton. It apparently will be webcast live. Details here.

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