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Paul Bryson is a lawyer living and working in the Greater Columbus Metropolitan Area. He has been interested in Stoic philosophy since encountering the works of Seneca as a high school Latin student.

The opinions expressed in the Stoic Lawyer blog are solely the opinions of Paul Bryson. The information in the Stoic Lawyer blog is not intended to be legal advice and communication with Paul Bryson through the medium of the Stoic Lawyer blog is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Paul Bryson is admitted to the practice of law only in the following jurisdictions: the State of Ohio and in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Information obtained from the Stoic Lawyer blog cannot take the place of individualized legal counsel and is for informational purposes only.


One response

  1. Hello Paul!
    I manage the Stoicism Today blog – I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog over Stoic Week. I’m always keen to feature new ways in which Stoicism is used today and I would be delighted if you would consider doing a guest post for the Stoicism Today blog. This could be a repost of something you have already written, or something new. Please get in touch with me (http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/stoicismtoday/sample-page/contact-us/) and let me know if this is of interest to you – look forward to hearing from you! Patrick

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