Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Practice of Law as a Public Service

By Eric Z. Lucas[i] “A lawyer, at minimum, must stand for truth and not falsehood…Too long have we been known by our fellow citizens as agents of deception.  The era of deception in legal practice must be brought to a … Continue reading

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The Nobility of Every Day Work

By Eric Z. Lucas Every citizen can feel a sense of mission, place and importance. Every task can be considered an act of service to our nation. Tim Knopf, an English teacher at Mariner High School, just retired after 38 … Continue reading

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