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July 23, 2011

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Tracy Pierre

Well, I really like the fourth poem. The type of poem is practically made and its direct to the point. Actually, it's a good idea to let lawyers write poems. This would greatly help them express themselves outside of their busy work.

Max Mednik

This is great advice. Thanks so much for sharing! I love Attorney at Work, and your recommendation about poetry is unique and insightful. I think that finding special ways to communicate that stand out and bring a smile to people's faces truly differentiates a service provider.

I'm actually a student working on a project called Ridacto that aims to help attorneys create better quality legal contracts for their clients through artificial intelligence technology. In writing poetry and in writing contracts, we all want to provide something that pleases and exceeds expectations, so my end goal is the same as what you wrote: client service and happiness.

Thanks again for sharing!

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