Fourth-generation banker sees value in law school education

A law school education teaches a way of thinking that has benefits in fields besides the law. Banker Frank K. Turner Jr. knew he would not be practicing law by the time he graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1983 after four years in the evening program. Now the chief commercial banking ...

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