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Dion BeattyChicago-Kent College of Law, Class Of 2017Placed at Seyfarth Shaw LLP
"Brian and Lynn placed me at a top law firm, and I would highly recommend them to anyone..." Read moreAlyssa OhanianUC Berkeley - School of Law, Class Of 2014Placed at Cooley LLP
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