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Niki Khoshzamir of PracticePro Niki Khoshzamir of PracticePro teaches a group of diverse first-year law students about law firm structure and economics at the San Francisco office of Latham & Watkins on March 15. Photo: Jasmine Sunga.

Cecilia Zhou, a first-year Chinese-Canadian student at Emory University School of Law, wants to be a lawyer. But “in large part, I am still clueless as to what lawyers do,” she said.

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Xiumei Dong

Xiumei Dong covers the business of law from the West Coast. Contact her at xdong@alm.com. On Twitter: @XiumeiDong.

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