But the harsh reality of life struck him when, shortly after he and his young family moved to New Hampshire, his second son was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. In the hope of gaining more control over hid financial life, he returned to the University of Virginia, where he studied law. He has since learned that control is illusory, that God laughs at the man who plans.
Lacking control, Clark found variety: Over the past two decades he has clerked for a prominent federal judge, worked in law firms (large and small), and has had the chance to teach law at the University of Florida and George Mason University and undergraduates at St. John’s University. He now lives with his family in southern New Hampshire, where he breeds poultry, grows apples, and hikes mountains.
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DETROIT COLLEGE OF LAW AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
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