Law in Contemporary Society
I came to Law School because I vaguely thought that Law School would give me an ability to help other people, make an impact, and also give me a secure life. As of last semester, I realized I did not think through as much as I should have of my decision to go to Law School. I am hoping that as I take more classes, I do not just internalize what other people in Law School or what the world tells me to do, but develop my own goal that would make me feel like I am going the right path. I am hoping that Law School will not change the core of who I am, but just improve who I am. Also, I am hoping that things that I learned in Law School - i.e. thinking analytically and logically - would help me no matter what career path I choose.

-- EstherKwak - 15 Jan 2009



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