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The true irony of it all: they force us to go through hell and learn this all so they can turn around, hold us to a higher standard, and charge us with malpractice.


Sure we can he held liable for malpractice, but we're generally exempt from the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act. That counts for something, right?


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I think the true irony is that if we ever tried to practice law closed book, it would amount to malpractice.

Ouch. Last year I received my first introduction to Prof. Rau on my birthday...

What the heck does that mean?


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