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Learning the Legalese During My Legal Practice

Okay here is a true story about me:

Very soon after I started practicing law, I had to go to the big modern county courthouse building to check a file on one of my first cases. I had never been in the building before. But of course there were all sorts of signs. "Family Court-->","<--Probate Court", "Disctrict Court-->" and so on. And then I saw a sign that directed me to a court I had never heard of before. I stood and wondered "Hey, what kind of cases do they try in THAT court?" Eventually I remembered that a "Food Court" was a different use of the word "court", and wasn't a court of law!!

As a young China litigation lawyer at that time, it is really a good memory.

 

 

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