Leno setback a boon for legal dramas on TV

, The National Law Journal

The failure of the The Jay Leno Show was good news for fans of David E. Kelley, the mastermind behind such popular television dramas as L.A. Law, The Practice, Ally McBeal and Boston Legal. Kelley's latest project — slated for one of the newly-freed up 10 p.m. slots on NBC — is about a curmudgeonly ex-patent lawyer who opens a law firm with a group of misfit associates.

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