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Evelyn Clark, a rising 3L at Washington and Lee University School of Law, took an opportunity in the ninth grade which fast tracked her to a legal career. “I’m from a small town in southern Virginia and was very fortunate to be selected as our State Senator’s Senate Page,” she recalls. At the age of […]

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What does a lawyer look like?  Chris Czerwonka is an adjunct professor at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University and an advocate of LGBT and disability rights, but he doesn’t necessarily fit everyone’s image of a lawyer.  “I have a walker, I’m five feet, I move slowly,” he says. “Someone like […]