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Stephen Seckler

Stephanie and Julie,

This is a great idea and I don't mean to constrain anyone's creativity; but perhaps you could clarify a little. Do you want us to post what we appreciate ourselves (assuming we are lawyers) or what we think lawyers in general appreciate? I think it is easier for most to us to speak from our own point of view rather than trying to describe how others might feel. Another post with a teeny bit more guidance might help. (Sorry to be so lawyerly about this :) )

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