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Law cat has been burning the candle at both ends working on his latest motion. It’s a good thing he can work from home on late nights, where he can snack on cat food in the kitchen to his heart’s content, and fall asleep on his laptop without anyone noticing. Practicing family law takes a lot of work, especially for a first year associate!

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