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Many years ago, when I was a new lawyer, I was also a new mother. At home, my husband and I were coping with two children under four; at work, I was representing a difficult client in my first custody matter in family court. My young careers had much in common. Each required me to convince some very stubborn people that I knew what was best for them. No matter how strongly they believed in their positioons both my clients and my children would have to learn to take my advice: you cannot take...

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