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A lifetime of understanding is not enough to play adjudicator

Well, it finally paid off. Those interminable conferences attended on the subject, that summer's day, a year or so ago, spent in close-knit workshops, pontificating upon one's likely response to unlikely situations, that terrifying multiple choice examination on the laws (which, rumour has it, the senior partner of a well-known construction law firm, failed), and all the endless talking about it afterwards.

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