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Lawyers, Move to the Country. Cities Have Nothing for You.

Have dreams of being a big city lawyer, shuttling between your Park Avenue apartment and downtown firm? Want to be in the hustle and bustle of a major metropolitan center? Well, it's not impossible, but you might have a much better life ahead of you if you went the......
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