Lawyers who are conscious of their clients’ needs and desires may reflect—alone and in consultation with each client—on the client’s views as to how she wants to be remembered. For many, this can take the form of gathering photographs to display at an eventual (but certain to take place) wake or memorial service and self-curating their image by managing how they’ve appeared through the years. For clients who’ve been involved in the creative process, for
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