Barack Obama

Early Career

He left Chicago in 1988 to do what?

Obama left Chicago to attend Harvard Law School. Obama excelled at Harvard, an academic career that culminated in being named editor in chief of the Harvard Law Review, the most exclusive student legal publication in the nation. He made a favorable impression on many leading law professors, including Laurence Tribe, Martha Minow, and Charles Ogletree. He worked as a research assistant for Tribe.


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