Boies Schiller Flexner litigator Corey Gray was a college senior when al-Qaida militants hijacked four commercial airplanes to kill 2,977 and injured thousands more on Sept. 11, 2001.
“I can remember walking through my college campus and seeing folks just sort of glued to the television screen in the student union and wondering if maybe I had missed some big sport event, because why would these people be gathered around a television?” Gray said. “And I was even more curious when I realized they were watching what looked to be a morning news show.”
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