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Totenberg urges Albany Law grads to think of bigger picture

Nina Totenberg gives the Commencement Address at the 162nd Commencement of the Albany Law School held at Saratoga Performing Arts Center on Friday morning. Totenberg is the legal affairs correspondent for NPR programs such as All Things Considered, Morning Edition and Weekend Edition.
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Nina Totenberg gives the Commencement Address at the 162nd Commencement of the Albany Law School held at Saratoga Performing Arts Center on Friday morning. Totenberg is the legal affairs correspondent for NPR programs such as All Things Considered, Morning Edition and Weekend Edition.
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After a lifetime of reporting and writing about it, Nina Totenberg nearly called it quits on the modern legal profession. Where had all the legal lions gone? Where were the role models? Where were the lawyers willing to put their prestige and money on the line to stand by their convictions and commitments? They seemed like relics from a bygone era until just the past decade, when the legal affairs correspondent for National Public Radio ...


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