White to Graduates: 'Never Be Too Busy to Try and Change Things'
Mary Jo White, who gave the graduation speech at Columbia Law School, said lawyers can face pressure—at times from the media or politicians—"to do the opposite" of what they believe is best for themselves and their clients. "Stick to your guns," she told the hundreds of graduates of her alma mater.
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