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Graduation Speech--Stuntz

Why do we work? And how do we choose our jobs?

Last weekend, I had the surprising pleasure of giving the graduation
speech at my son's high school: a Christian high school in Lexington,
Massachusetts. The two questions above are the speech's subject. The
text is here.

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Professor,

Your blogs have been inspiring beyond what I can convey. As I cross the midway point at Baylor Law, this speech has more meaning and depth than you could possibly know. Thank you for sharing so much more than your expansive knowledge of the law.