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To Law Students With Gambling Issues: There's Help

Some lawyers gamble in their practice, like those contingency-fee practitioners who bet they'll win their personal injury cases. Then there are those lawyers who gamble with their paychecks. For them it's not a practice area; it's a compulsion. The biggest difference between them is the contingency-fee lawyers make money and......
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