When he entered Columbia University Law School, Bill Lann Lee did not set out to become a pioneering civil rights lawyer, let alone acting assistant attorney general for civil rights at the U.S. Justice Department.

“I wanted to drop out after the first week of regular classes,” Lee told a gathering sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association of the Rutgers University School of Law-Camden.

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