Law in Contemporary Society
I came to law school to maximize creative expression – broadly defined though, in particular, literary expression – in the constitutional and intellectual property fields. My original interest in this field is categorically literary, critical, and philosophical, and thus decidedly not legal – hence, my reason for studying the law. Yet, I have a stake in this debate as a writer whose siblings dabble in music, publishing, painting, and film. As for the meat-packing phenomenon, I never imagined myself turning into a lawyer working within theological and fascist limitations similar to the nameless and faceless (im)personalities of Kafka’s The Trial. (97 words)

-- JesseCreed - 17 Jan 2008



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