Dewey & LeBoeuf Case Inspires Musical Parody for CLE Credit

, New York Law Journal

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A musical featuring a cast of New York lawyers and hosted by the New York American Inn of Court will use the backdrop of the well-known case to provide an ethics lesson.

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