"We believe these graduates, whether in the legal profession or elsewhere, are using their law degrees and the critical and analytical skills they honed in law school in a multitude of ways that make us proud of their impact on the lives of their clients and families and on the legal and moral environment of their communities and in their areas of influence," said Elder Oaks.
In 1973, Dallin H. Oaks spoke to the entering class and faculty of the J. Reuben Clark Law School. On Thursday Aug. 23, Elder Oaks, now of the Quorum of the Twelve, spoke again to individuals involved with the law school. As he spoke 39 years ago, he focused on a future of potential. This time, he spoke of the great things that have happened over the past four decades.
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