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July 12, 2004

"Edwards & Co."

I've got an op-ed in today's Wall Street Journal (subscribers only) taking a hard look at the small circle of superlatively successful tort lawyers whose backing brought John Edwards to where he is today. (It isn't pretty.) For more information on the four profiled lawyers, check my post at Overlawyered today and follow the links.

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