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January 2016

Legal Elite: Out of character

The 15th class of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite tell how they would spend their time if required to choose a different career.

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Legal Elite: Out of character

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The 15th class of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite tell how they would spend their time if required to choose a different career.

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