Will Shortz, Editor of the New York Times Crossword Puzzles, discusses his law school days on HsuUntied

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Today, my special guest is Will Shortz (aka the "Puzzle Master"), Editor of the New York Times Crossword Puzzles, and star of WordPlay, one of my favorite movies. Some may know that he graduated from the University of Virginia Law School but probably not many know that he almost dropped out after his first semester and that his favorite class was intellectual property! Listed as one of the 30 most famous people with law degrees, Will was gracious enough to join me for this conversation about his law school days from his home in See more +
Today, my special guest is Will Shortz (aka the "Puzzle Master"), Editor of the New York Times Crossword Puzzles, and star of WordPlay, one of my favorite movies. Some may know that he graduated from the University of Virginia Law School but probably not many know that he almost dropped out after his first semester and that his favorite class was intellectual property! Listed as one of the 30 most famous people with law degrees, Will was gracious enough to join me for this conversation about his law school days from his home in Pleasantville, New York. See less -

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