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For law graduates, a public-service detour on road to success

A law firm will pay Juan Valdivieso a stipend to defer his employment. A law firm will pay Juan Valdivieso a stipend to defer his employment. (Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs)
By Rich Barlow
Globe Correspondent / April 27, 2009

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With his degree from Harvard Law School due in June, Juan Valdivieso makes an attractive prospective hire, and last summer, he scooped up a postgraduation job offer from the white-shoe firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in his native Washington, D.C. (Full article: 870 words)

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