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Back when I was in the CLE trade, I invited Mr. McElhaney to participate in a seminar. He was unable to participate due to his teaching schedule, but he could not have been more gracious or more helpful in relation to suggesting other possible speakers for the litigation programs I was planning, and for sharing his thoughts and ideas. (Needless to say, this also involved his being generous with his time.) What can I say? I was very impressed.

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