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After being a contestant on CBS’s “Survivor: The Australian Outback,” another summer at Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe should be a snap for law student Nick Brown. The food should be better at least. Weakened by hunger, the 23-year-old Harvard Law School student Thursday was the 10th contestant to be voted off the reality program. Out of the running for the $1 million prize, Brown will be part of the jury that ultimately decides which of the show’s 16 contestants will win the pot of money. The Frisbee-toting U.S. Army officer earned a reputation for being a bit lazy on the show, but Heller lawyers aren’t put off. “He is a conscientious, hard worker,” said Neil Popovic, the Heller litigation partner who supervised Brown. Anything short of that image is creative editing, Popovic said. Brown, who told CBS he hopes to join the judge advocate general’s office after graduation, will spend time working from Heller offices in San Francisco and in Seattle, which is near his hometown of Steilacoom, Wash. Brown kept it under wraps he was pursuing a spot on the television program, and maybe that’s a good thing from his partner’s perspective. “It’s remarkable what people try to do to win $1 million,” said the seasoned litigator.

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