By Lori Atherton
Suellyn Scarnecchia, '81, remembers that as a law student, she was discouraged from taking a clinic, because she was told it wouldn't look good on her resume. "Which is now, of course, the opposite of what we normally advise students," she said. She also never took a trial practice class—it was always full—even though she wanted to be a litigator.
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