Law in Contemporary Society
The most influential class I took in college was called U.S. and Mexican borders. This class taught me to think critically about institutional power and the masses that are caught in the unjust machine. I came to law school because I wanted to gain an understanding of the system in the hopes of working towards a more inclusive society. Coming to law school has taught me that there are many avenues for accomplishing this end, so part of my challenge is discovering which avenue to take.

Personal Introduction

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