I became a lawyer because I wanted to be a sports agent, but then I realized that I actually enjoyed the law.
I wanted my day to be different. Every day.
I have always been fascinated by the law, and the way it allows me to think.
For some reason, the Boston Bruins did not draft me.
My ability to advocate for people.
I wanted to fight for just causes.
I have always enjoyed trying to understand and debating complicated issues. As I lawyer, I get to do that every day, and then try to find solutions to them.
I became a lawyer to stay intellectually stimulated by working on complex, cutting-edge issues.
To learn more about the world and problem-solve for a living.
It seemed like a good idea when I was sitting in a Pizza Hut in Wyoming during a cross-country road trip between my sophomore and junior years in college. So far, so good.
I became captivated by the Constitution and government studies from the time I was in grade school and realized that law was the glue that held it all together.
I was fascinated by how health technology would change social expectations and raise ethical and policy questions. I thought I would need to understand the law to be part of addressing these challenges.