EDITOR’S NOTE: NLJ Reporter Jenna Greene wrote this essay about a journalism classmate turned lawyer who was killed last month, along with his client, during a mediation.
In my journalism school class at the University of California, Berkeley, there were a few in-your-face, abrasive people, the type who seemed to enjoy confrontation.
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