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Douglas Halpert is a veteran immigration lawyer with over 25 years of experience. He is a frequent author of immigration articles as well as two book chapters. Douglas is also an avid sports fan, and writes fiction and non-fiction in his spare time. He was raised on Long Island and has a particular interest in following athletes who make the most of limited athletic ability, such as Rusty Staub and Chris Mullin, or those who have a creative flair such as Earl the Pearl Monroe and Walt Frazier.
It's a rare baseball rhapsodist who can weave Coleridge poetry into a story about the implausible success of journeyman R.A. Dickey and make it work seemingly effortlessly. Kudos for an effort that calls to mind Roger Kahn in his prime.