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Commencement 2014

More than 240 graduates received their degrees during the school of law commencement ceremony in Matthews Arena on Friday, May 23, 2014. Randall Kennedy, a leading scholar on race issues and the Michael R. Klein Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, delivered the commencement address.

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Courtney Allessio ’14 gives her address to fellow law grad­u­ates at commence­ment.
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In his wel­coming remarks, Jeremy Paul, dean of the School of Law, told the grad­u­ates their edu­ca­tion as lawyers does not end at grad­u­a­tion, and they will need to stand up to injus­tices against core values such as growing income inequality and cor­rup­tion of public dis­course that pre­vent thoughtful debate.
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Deirdre Foley '14, was one of four student speakers during this year's School of Law commencement ceremony.
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Jen­nifer Huer ’14 gives her address to fellow law grad­u­ates at commence­ment.
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Professor Isaac Boren­stein ’75 deliv­ered fac­ulty address.
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“Be willing to pursue a variety of call­ings that can enable you to do good and have fun,” Kennedy said. “To the fullest pos­sible extent, do what you want to do.”
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The law school’s Class of 2014—comprising more than 240 graduates—performed co-​​ops throughout the United States and in 16 other countries.
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As a whole, the Class of 2014 logged more than 320,000 hours of clin­ical work.
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