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Teaching a Class to Grow Your Business

'All I Really Need to Know I Learned Teaching a Law Class.' That's the title of a new book about the benefits of teaching a law class. It's a piece of fiction (because the book doesn't exit), but I could write it because I have actually been there and......
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