News and Record columnist Jeri Rowe writes in a May 21 article titled, "Elon Law graduates out to make a difference," that charter class students all sound like Atticus Finch, the legal advocate from the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird," in that they all, "want to make a difference."
Rowe’s column features charter class students Phillip Cornett, Michele Cybulski, and Miriam Heard, describing their reasons for going to law school and their experiences at Elon Law.
Rowe writes, “They leave knowing they were the architects. They took a risk, applied to a law school with no history and started their own tradition. And they made it.”
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