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Law student Joaquin Gallegos embraces opportunity outside the classroom

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Joaquin Gallegos initially thought he was going to be a doctor or a dentist. After college, he started working with retired U.S. Sen. Byron Dorgan (MBA ‘66) to support and advance policy related to Indian medical care. Thanks to his time there, he realized that working as an individual health care provider would limit his ability to promote widespread change. 

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