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Question: Returning to Law After 20 Year Absence

Attorney Career Question: I have been away from the practice of law for 20 years. (I've done nonprofit management, lobbying, and legislative campaigning.) I'd like to return, doing contract work like writing briefs, or other tasks that can be delegated (appearances?) for other lawyers. Is this realistic? How do I go about finding "clients"?

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