Mark Dubois: Law School Graduation Speeches Not So Inspirational

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


I read that the best part of Harvard's Law School's graduation this year was Mindy Kaling's speech which included telling the graduates that some of them were evil (it's a statistically defensible argument), that some of them would spend their careers defending BP from seagulls (also true), that some of them would make "serious bank" (again, true) and that she wanted to marry the cutest of them (an ill-considered but clearly wise move).

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