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Argument: Law practice cultivates intellectual dishonesty

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"Why you shouldn't go to law school." Law and Letters. November 15th, 2007: "The practice of law is the development of a habit of extreme intellectual dishonesty where the routine is to state one's opponent's arguments as uncharitably as possible in aid of weakening their impact and conceal every possible fact or principle that is against one's interest which one isn't explicitly required to disclose."

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