Comment Disparaged Matrimonial Bar
As a matrimonial litigator for over 13 years, I was both troubled and disappointed that the Law Journal chose to lead a story with a gratuitously offensive potshot at those involved in the practice of family law ("Judge Backs Admonishment of Lawyer for Profane Email," Aug. 19). Whether meant as a joke or to be taken seriously, the wholestake rebuke of the professionals involved in matrimonial litigation was not only in extremely poor taste and insensitive, it was wrong.
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