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For the Law School’s class of 2006, the paper chase may have ended, but the challenges of a lifetime in the law are just beginning. According to class president Thomas Williams, some of those challenges may be even more daunting than the Bar exam.

“For each of you, there is some injustice that lights a fire in your belly,” Williams said to the graduates assembled in Philadelphia’s Academy of Music. “I ask you today to not let your big firm put that flame out. It will be easy to forget about the things we are passionate about. But I hope today you decide to hold on to the important battles that fulfill you.”
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