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February 2012
Lawyer 2B;2/27/2012, p62
The article reports on the installation of a beautifully rendered copy of the Royal Coat of Arms by Kaplan Law School in its mock courtroom at its London Bridge home in Great Britain. It is stated that for up-and-coming lawyers, getting used to the feel of a courtroom, how to act and where to sit are valuable experiences.


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