Help for the Insomniac Lawyer

, The Legal Intelligencer

Debra L. Bruce says that, in her law practice, she often began morning instructions to her staff with, "In the middle of the night, I remembered that we need to. . . ." One day, her paralegal responded, "Don't you ever sleep through the night?" Taken aback, she stammered, "Uh, no. Do you?" So she offers a few tips from an experienced wee-hour waker that help others get back to Snoozeville more quickly.

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