Why did you choose to become a lawyer?
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The passion many people get for their careers can start at a young age, either in grade school or high school, or later in life, such as in college or after the kids have flown the coop.
It can be easy for some people to identify definitively why they’re in the field of work that they’re in. But as lawyer Marcel Strigberger wrote in his latest Your Voice essay, “others scratch their heads and hesitate with a blank stare.”
This week, we’d like to ask: Why did you choose to become a lawyer? Was there a definitive moment in your life or a role model who inspired you? Did you always know you wanted to be an attorney?
Check out last week’s question: Do you doodle at work? Does it help you stay focused?
Posted by Haley Moss on Twitter:
“Yup. Been doodling in notes, classes and everywhere for years. Honestly helps me stay focused and is a stim of sorts for me since I need that input with my hands or if my brain needs something more visual. I draw a lot of flowers and sometimes anime stuff, depends really.”
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