Right now at a top-tier law school somewhere, a young, ambitious student is placing the final touches on his law review article, crafting his next show-stopping moot court argument, updating his r�sum� to reflect earning the highest grade on Con Law and checking his tort professor’s schedule for a 30-minute window during which he can enlighten the professor as to why she was wrong about the answers to questions four and six on the exam.
His classmates spotted him early — during orientation. He was reading his first assignment before everyone else had purchased their books. Right then they knew he was one of a small percentage of law students in every class earning the title of “Gunner.”
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