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david giacalone

New York Pro Bono Lawyer: A lawyer who expects to be canonized as a saint for such selfless acts as (a) lobbying to keep his contingency fees as high as possible; (b) charging a non-rich client slightly less than his purported hourly fee; or (c) writing off unrecoverable accounts receivable.

Law Professor: A lawyer who couldn't, wouldn't, or shouldn't practice law.

bridget

Liar - Surely implies the speaker is Mattlock.

Cloud

In my experience the law professor's are actually the lawyers who are too intelligent to get caught up in the petty politics of practicing law. In law, they say the C students practice, the B students are judges and the A students teach the art.

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