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Litigator Uses Skills to Support Arts

Bennett Bryan volunteers for Living Walls, promoting perspective changes via street art

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Growing up in Milwaukee, Bennett Bryan saw plenty of graffiti and street art. As a teen he liked to paint murals with his friends, but he also was interested in politics and majored in political science. "By the time I went to law school, I knew my skills were more analytical than artistic," he said. "A lawyer was absolutely what I was meant to be. I leave the public art to the professionals now."

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