Law in Contemporary Society
As an undergrad, I seriously considered three courses of graduate studies: med school, law school, and sociology grad work. I decided to go to law school because I believe that, as a lawyer, I can facilitate/stimulate macro level social change. I find medicine too individualistic, and while I love sociological theory, I would feel unfulfilled as an academic. So I chose course of study that did not limit my options. I am interested in public health and poverty relief. I don't quite know what I want from my career.

-- ThaliaJulme - 21 Jan 2008



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