Kirkland Records Clerk by Day, Hero by Night

, The Am Law Daily

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When Ramiro Ocasio left work on Friday, he was thinking about whether or not his beloved New England Patriots would be able to overcome the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday to get to the Super Bowl. The last thing on the 33 year-old Kirkland & Ellis records assistant's mind was that he'd risk his life to save an elderly man.

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