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- Dr. Aaron Lazare a professor of psychiatry and Chancellor/Dean Emeritus of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and author of “On Apology.”
- Lauren Bloom an attorney and the author of “The Art of the Apology.”
- Randy Cohen author of the Ethicist column in the New York Times Magazine and a new play titled, "The Punishing Blow."
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