Law in Contemporary Society
In the fifteen years since I graduated from college, I have been a teacher, a government spokesman, and a police misconduct investigator, but mostly I have written plays, some of which have been produced and more of which have not. Most artists, actors, journalists, and professors that I know feel just as hemmed in by their career choices, and just as robbed of autonomy, as corporate lawyers. I have come to law school in order to regain, rather than reject, autonomy, through learning the undergirding of our legal society and applying that knowledge in a personally satisfying, if unconventional, way.

-- AndrewCase - 19 Jan 2009



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