A little history reminder…
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The figure of Uriah Milton Rose stands in the corner of National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Rose was quite an orator in his day as an attorney. In 1865, Rose moved to Little Rock, Ark., and joined a law firm there which soon acquired his name — simply the Rose Law Firm.

Hillary Clinton became the initial female partner of the firm while she was first lady of Arkansas. It also boasted prominent Clinton administration officials such as William Kennedy III, Webster Hubbell and Vince Foster. Kennedy was an associate White House counsel and emerged relatively unscathed from his Washington years. Hubbell served as assistant U.S. attorney general before pleading guilty to overbilling clients at the firm. A judge sentenced Hubbell to 21 months in prison.

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