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In Nazi Germany, Jewish lawyers are told that they will not longer be permitted to work as lawyers in any capacity after November 30th (after December 31 in Austria).

After that point, only a few Jews will be able to continue working in the legal system, but they won't be allowed to use the official title "lawyer." They must use the title Konsulent (legal consultant). They will only be allowed to see and advise Jewish clients.

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