Final gavel falls for Condon after 14 years on bench
WOODSTOCK – Joseph Condon’s decision to go to law school started with a dare.
“I lived with four other guys, and one Saturday I learned that all four of them had signed up to take the LSAT test,” Condon said. “We all threw in 50 bucks with the agreement that the one with the highest score got the pot. So I got the highest score.”
It was 1968. Thanks in part to his left ring finger that doesn’t bend like normal, he was rejected by Uncle Sam, avoided Vietnam and went to law school at Loyola University.
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