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By Mark Curriden
(April 2) – For John Torres, there was no inspirational story or significant life experience that led him to become a lawyer. There was no movie drama or soul-stimulating book that enticed him into the practice of law. There was no lawyer-relative who pushed him toward law school.
Instead, it was a series of thoughtful, logical choices based on an analysis of facts and his personal interests that guided Torres, the son of Mexican immigrants and a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, to . . .
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