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A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client it is unwise to believe that self-knowledge and self-interest will equip you to be your own advocate; proverbial saying, early 19th century.

See also barrack-room lawyer, the Devil makes his Christmas pies of lawyers' tongues at devil, Philadelphia lawyer.

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