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Published on Sep 13, 2010
The 2nd video of a series of 4 related videos for law students to explain how they can create a job for themselves upon graduation as an "attorney general" for a town, village, city or county, a highly sophisticated job cutting across many disciplines of law, to protect the rights of residents and small businesses at public expense, and to support the candidacy of New York attorney Carl E. Person who is on the ballot as the Libertarian candidate for NYS Attorney General in the elections to be held on November 2, 2010. In this 2nd video, Person discusses his background as a civil rights, antitrust and commercial litigator, and his securities experience; his role, starting in 1972, in creating the paralegal field and other reforms in the legal field (including lawyer advertising, sale of shares in lawsuits, expert witness payment on a contingent-fee basis, and a national private court); and Person's role as a private attorney general and attorney for private attorneys general. Person explains how he followed the career of former NY Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and, as a result, realized the awesome powers of the office and how these powers should be decentralized through the creation of the office of a town/village/county/city attorney general. Finally, this 2nd video discusses America's one party system and some diversionary issues to keep voters from voting in support of more important interests (such as jobs, civil rights and a continuing democracy). What Person will do as NYS Attorney General if elected is discussed in the 3rd and 4th videos. Person's websites of interest are carlperson.org; carlperson4NYAG.com; lawmall.com/electionissues; townattorneygeneral.com and myclads.com