Law in Contemporary Society
-- FeliciaGilbert - 19 Jan 2008


Too much legal tradition has been formulated by people who look nothing like me and whose interests and perspectives are anything but representative of most sectors of society. I find this problematic. Studying American politics and social stratification and inequality in college introduced me to concepts and causes that I knew I would want to pursue in law school and beyond. Working at a civil rights firm taught me that there is nothing like the natural high obtained from seeking and obtaining justice for people who have been deprived of it for so long. I want that feeling again.


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