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Richard M. Daley, who served as mayor of Chicago for 22 years, delivered the commencement speech May 19 at DePaul University’s College of Law. Daley earned his law degree from DePaul in 1968 as well as a bachelor’s degree in 1964. He cited his DePaul education as “the foundation on which my career has been built.” (Photo by Thomas Vangel)
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Richard M. Daley — a Double Demon with a law degree in 1968 and a bachelor’s degree in 1964 from DePaul University— spends a few minutes offstage in the green room before the College of Law commencement ceremony. Daley was the commencement speakers at the May 19 commencement. (Photo by Thomas Vangel)
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College of Law Dean Gregory Mark, right, welcomes Richard M. Daley to the podium at commencement on May 19. Daley, who earned his law degree in 1968 from DePaul University, was this year’s commencement speaker for the College of Law, which is celebrating its centennial. (Photo by Thomas Vangel)
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Richard M. Daley onstage at the DePaul University College of Law commencement. Daley, who has a law degree and a bachelor’s degree from DePaul, was this year’s commencement speaker at the May 19 ceremony. (Photo by Thomas Vangel)
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