Law in Contemporary Society
Before law school, I worked for nine years as a union organizer in Connecticut, Oregon, New York City, Washington DC, the Central Valley of California, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, and Florida. I worked mostly with low-wage service-industry workers, including hotel workers, janitors, and industrial laundry workers. I love what working people achieve through organizing. The fight and the victory are thrilling. I will be a union lawyer after I graduate. As a lawyer, I hope to be able to help workers in new ways while still being present for (most of) the exciting bits.

-- AmandaBell - 19 Jan 2010


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