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“The Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic has an extensive practice before the Court.  Since 2004 the Clinic has relied on Wilson-Epes for all of its printing and filing needs, and we have been consistently pleased with Wilson-Epes’ dependable and trustworthy service.  Their staff is always available to troubleshoot and resolve questions as they arise, and they are a pleasure to work with.  We look forward to another exciting year of working together in the upcoming term!”

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