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I think the problem is when people use firm websites for research, they're looking at something that's first priority is to be a marketing tool to draw in clients. If you have one lawyer who could do something like "space law," there's no downside to listing it as a practice area. No client looking for M and A work won't pick you because you offer "space law." In the off chance a client needs space law assistance, what's the downside to listing it? It doesn't mean that it's a big practice group. It's like ordering that dish the chef rarely makes on a chinese menu.
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