Law in Contemporary Society
I went to law school because I value the sanctity of intellectual property. I believed there was a genuine need to better compromise between ownership of ideas and dissemination. Global scholarship (ex. cultural property such as the disputed Elgin Marbles) is a priority. What is less clear is under what circumstances such property should be repossessed and at what cost. I was hungry and impassioned to find a system of calibration.

I find myself at a juncture where lawyering cares less about the consequences and identities of those involved and more about the payoff. While I have had good experiences at internships, I find money (i.e., royalties, loaning fees) to be the priority rather than the means to achieving a balanced outcome that benefits both creator and audience. I am hoping to find a way to resolve this.

-- CarolineCima



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