By Clarissa SansoneNov. 1, 2012
Here's some heartening news: even those MLaw grads not in the top 10 land fascinating jobs. Cindy Cohn,'89, is living proof. "I was nowhere near the top of the class," Cohn told students at a recent Inspiring Paths presentation, organized by the Office of Career Planning. The legal director and general counsel for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a civil liberties organization, Cohn confided what her secret to success was (not): "How did I get here? It wasn't by being a stellar student." Her focus had not been class ranking, but "to try to help create justice." To this end, she said, "Michigan helped me in a really big way."
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