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'Practice' spinoff 'Boston Legal' makes a good case for itself

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / October 2, 2004

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Boston looks great in David E. Kelley's new series, "Boston Legal." Boston lawyers, not so great. They're a bunch of ego-tripping wolves wearing designer suits and placid smiles. They're damaged, and quite damaging. And they're also loads of fun to watch, as they calculate means -- smutty photos, brazen lies, intimidating eye contact -- to reach lucrative ends. (Full Article: 383 Words)

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