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Reuben Landau, 103; called state's oldest practicing lawyer

Reuben Landau, in his office in Cambridge. He opened his first office in 1926 in Boston. Reuben Landau, in his office in Cambridge. He opened his first office in 1926 in Boston. (globe file 2005)
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / October 23, 2007

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Three years ago, Bill Landau wanted to retire, and who could blame him? He was in his early 70s and had been a lawyer since Eisenhower was in office. (Full article: 896 words)

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