The Case That Makes a Lawyer's Life Meaningful

, New York Law Journal

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Peter L. Zimroth, a partner at Arnold & Porter who is part of a pro bono effort to challenge a newly enacted zoning law in Bridgewater, N.J., designed to block the development of a proposed mosque, spoke recently on the case and why he chose to undertake it, his faith in the ideals of American democracy and the gap between those ideals and the evident injustice that was being done.

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