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Maybe the answer to that would be Harvard Law School 3L Rahim Oberholtzer. In his sixth game on the NBC prime-time game show 21, Oberholtzer outearned most lawyers this year by efficiently answering multiple-choice trivia questions. One of his classmates Emily Kuo also appeared on the show (as did a lawyer who was leaving the practice to become a caterer). But Oberholtzer was the one who set an all-time game show winnings record of $1.12 million, and is now everyone’s new best friend. He is setting up a scholarship fund at the University of Texas with the money.

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