By 1992, Robert E. Biasotti really wanted to be a lawyer.

He was a 40-year-old chief financial officer for Columbia Artists Management Inc., a classical music and theatrical agency and management company in New York. He had 20 years in business, the past 11 in senior management. But law school seemed out of the question, considering he didn’t even have an undergraduate degree.

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