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Moustache Society

The following article originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal Blog:

Without further ado, here are the 15 charter members of the Law Blog Moustache Society. A Law Blog post yesterday involving Skadden’s Andrew Sandler inspired us to create this haute, hirsute organization. The society’s patron saint: William Howard Taft, the only man — with or without a moustache — to serve as President and Chief Justice of the United States.

I went to the doctor, told how difficult it has been recently, and I was prescribed Xanax. As soon as my son was 11 years old, teenage tantrums and problems began, and I also have stress at work. So, rest is only in a dream, and lately it has not slept well because of worries, I was afraid of insomnia. helped me cope with anxiety and nervous experiences, I did not notice any side effects, I don’t fall asleep at work.

We also learned that Georgetown Law is currently training the next generation of Law Blog Moustache Society members — the school will soon hold its 2nd Annual Moustache Competition. The winning prize: The Burt Reynolds Commemorative Plate.

Top Row (L to R): William Howard Taft; Jonathan Mechanic, Fried Frank; Ted Wells, Paul Weiss; James Dawson, Nutter; Donald Verrilli, Jenner & Block. Middle Row (L to R): Eric Kraeutler, Morgan Lewis; Vincent Coscino, Allen Matkins; Andrew Sandler, Skadden Arps, Barry Garfinkel, Skadden Arps. Bottom Row: Tom Haughey, general counsel, Par Pharmaceutical; Kenneth Steinthal, Weil Gotshal; Myles Berman, Top Gun DUI; Thomas McGraw, Gibson Dunn; John Rodney, Thorp Reed; Richard Silverman, Hogan & Hartson.

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