Years before she became famous for taking on credit card companies and Wall Street bankers, Elizabeth Warren was poking at those in power, often in ways that tested the boundaries between bold and barbed. She steadily ascended to the pinnacle of her profession, shattering the tradition that the nation’s most elite law schools hire professors groomed at those very same schools. Warren’s law degree from Rutgers University made her the first tenured professor at Harvard Law trained at an American public law school.
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