Law in Contemporary Society
There are always strands of law in American society. Nobody goes through their childhood or adolescence without knowing at least a few lawyers. I looked up to the ones I knew: they always seemed to have a personal gravity to them. It was impressive. I remember being fourteen and having my "Uncle" Seth show me a verdict he was going to deliver. I gave him the revisions I thought would be best. But my desire to go into law didn't crystallize until I realized that computer programming, which I was interested in when I was fifteen, was all going to India. Well, they can't outsource the law, I thought. So here I am.

-- DavidCasler - 14 Jan 2010


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