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I did what I was told. So when Paul Rheingold, counsel to our firm, suggested that I apply to become an associate editor of Litigation journal, I applied. Because I had worked and written for the New York Times while in college, I was named an editor. I may have thumbed through a copy or two but had no idea of the magazine’s purpose or place. Maybe it will get me business, I thought, and anyway, how bad could it be? This was 1982 when I was young, a touch foolish, yet ambitious, with a “furious fire in the hole that just don’t quit burning,” as Springsteen wrote.
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