ALBANY — Albany Law School alumna Megyn Kelly, an NBC News anchor who recently left Fox News, will return to the campus in March for a book signing.
Kelly, a 1995 graduate, will sign copies of her book, “Settle for More,” from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in the law school’s gymnasium.
In May, she addressed the 2016 Albany Law graduating class.
She told graduates: “Life is a competitive sport. And so is lawyering. You have to be OK throwing, and sometimes receiving, a sharp elbow to get ahead.”
She will spend time with Albany Law students prior to the book signing, per a news release.
Per the release: “Kelly wrote about her Albany Law School experience in ‘Settle for More.’ She described her experience as an editor for the Albany Law Review and spent several pages talking about her fond memories competing in moot court, where she won the Best Individual Advocate Award.”
Kelly joined Fox News in 2004, hosting “America Live,” then “The Kelly File.” Her last day there was Jan. 6.
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