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'Forbes' Names FIRE's Kloster Among '30 Under 30: The Young People Who Are Shaping Law And Policy'
FIRE is proud to announce that our own Justice Robert H. Jackson Legal Fellow, Andrew Kloster, has been named to Forbes' most recent list of "30 Under 30: The Young People Who Are Shaping Law And Policy." Head to Forbes to see who made the list and why, and congratulations to Andrew on this impressive achievement!
Oh, and as a postscript, Anthony Dick, a former FIRE intern, is also on the list. Hey, young lawyers: looks like experience at FIRE is a real plus for your legal career! Apply for a legal internship today!
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