Answering the Call to be General Counsel of Holy Cross

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When Vincent O'Rourke Jr. graduated from the College of the Holy Cross back in 1969, he hardly envisaged overseeing the legal affairs of his alma mater one day.

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  • Peter Fontaine

    I suspect that all of us graduates of Holy Cross who are also lawyers are jealous. There is something about returning to your alma mater in a professional capacity that is just so appealing, particularly in the later stages of your career..

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