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Are you having a similar experience in law school in terms of being in the band or maybe your relationship/engagement? Sometimes other students ask if it was true that I was in the band. I’m a guy in my 30’s who’s engaged and going to school.
And people I don’t know congratulate me in the hallways because they read that I got engaged. I don’t know if there’s much that’s interesting about me.
On a Wednesday evening in January, William Tell, a 33-year-old 3L at USC Gould School of Law, was sitting in the backyard of the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, a few blocks away from his apartment, sipping a scotch and munching on a bowl of pasta.
One of Tell's many performances was the Bamboozle Left festival in Pomona, California on October 14, 2006.
In 2006, Tell was signed to Universal Records' subsidiary New Door Records as a solo artist and began putting the final touches to his debut album.
I thought about being on tour when I was 40 and I looked at my friends who were really successful in music and they didn’t seem that happy. I didn’t need a degree in music business and I didn’t really want to go back to undergrad, but I had to get a college degree in order to go to law school.
And I looked at my friends who really successful and they seemed even more bummed. I wanted to go to law school because I’d always been fascinated by government, politics, history. And being a lawyer gives you a route to professional autonomy if that’s what you want.