Law School Controversy: A Case Study

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During 1990, my employer (General Development Corporation) filed bankruptcy and summarily dismissed all but a handful of employees to unwind operations while several executives took extended leave – to federal prison. Although disillusioned to the point of seriously entertaining law school, there remained sufficient psyche for recovering those seven years amassed professionally to say nothing about the formal education still earlier. In any case, I became aware of a project manager vacancy at Exxon’s Latin America and Caribbean regional headquarters in Coral Gables that soon materialized in a rather extensive set of interviews. The first of these involved a candid conversation with the Financial Controller, which provided an overall picture
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