In Trump World, Some Firms Seek Solace in Buddhism, Others Business

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The aftermath of Donald Trump's stunning victory in the U.S. presidential election over Hillary Clinton has left many speechless. But Big Law is finding its voice, albeit in different ways.

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    Easy for these WASPs to say that, they won‘t be adversely affected by this. They‘ll be fine. In fact this is good for them, as it will strengthen white supremacism and minority rule.

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