Any regular reader of this column knows I am a big proponent of lifelong learning. Just because we lawyers finished law school doesn’t mean we are done with our education. In fact, bar associations and lawyer regulatory agencies require lawyers to attend a minimum number of continuing legal education hours every year in order to maintain their license. I suggest that you spend some of these hours away from learning substantive law and procedure and instead polish up on the fundamentals of our profession.
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