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Oath of Professionalism

Indiana Tech Law School's Charter Class take the Oath of Professionalism Thursday during a Declaration of Professional Commitment at the Law School Courtroom. United States Magistrate Judge, Northern District of Indiana, Roger Cosbey leads the oath. Law School Dean Peter C. Alexander makes a few opening remarks.

Indiana Tech law students sworn in

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Indiana Tech Law School’s charter class members, back, from left, Anna Magnuson, Laura Fennelly and Rachel Johnston; and, front, from left, Robyn Clark and Tonya Bankhead say the oath of professionalism during a Declaration of Professional Commitment on Thursday in the Law School Courtroom. The oath was drafted by the students as part of a professionalism course.

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