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After completing two years of a clerkship at the U.S. Court of International Trade in lower Manhattan, Kaiser Wahab faced a triple crossroads decision about his career: return to big firm life, fly solo, or say farewell to the legal profession. Unwilling to return to an office crowded with ambitious young lawyers and not entirely keen on taking a non-lawyer job, Mr. Wahab elected to go solo in 2003.
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