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PerGynt

There are lots of good reasons to go to law school. The main one is to become a lawyer. Choose your school for good reasons too. Good schools are where you find them, and you can't always tell which ones might suit you best from a distance. Here's a little blurb about my law school. I think it's something the faculty here should be very proud of.
http://www2.und.edu/our/news/story.php?id=2190

Ann K. Levine, Esq.

Thanks so much for sharing my thoughts (and photo!) on your blog, Chuck. I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment - if people only want to go to Harvard then that tells me they don't really want to be a lawyer. I use this line a lot...

Ann K. Levine, Esq.

Thank you so much for featuring my comments (and photo...)
I tell people all the time that if they only want to go to Harvard then they don't really want to be a lawyer.... You're absolutely right.

(OH - and please forgive me if this posted twice... I didn't get confirmation the first time I submitted it)

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