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2012 Furman graduate Alyssa Richardson spoke at The Furman Advantage launch in 2016.

Furman political science graduate Alyssa Richardson ’12 is one of a dozen individuals featured in a Business Officer magazine story about the value of a liberal arts education. Richardson, who graduated Harvard School of Law in 2015, describes how she arrived at Furman and the rich undergraduate opportunities she was exposed to while there–from a Riley Institute internship to serving as a delegate to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in 2011. Richardson now clerks for Judge Margaret B. Seymour, United States District Court in South Carolina.

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