Why I Love The Law
Justice has always been an important concept for me. From an early age, I recognized that obtaining justice is rarely black and white. I recognized that witnesses testimony is vulnerable to a number of influences, such as motive, perspective, upbringing, and prejudice.
It became clear to me that many situations cannot be boiled down to right or wrong, such as you might see when people fight. Both parties may be right and wrong at the same time. Questions about how to deal with assigning guilt became the focus of my studies, both in college and, later, law school. And that search for truth and justice continues to this day.