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All in a Day’s Work
All in a Day’s Work

It was nothing short of intimidating walking into Rice Law on my first day as a law clerk. Having come into law school with absolutely no prior legal experience, walking into a high-caliber firm like Rice Law was terrifying to say the least. I knew that this would be a ...

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