Why a lawyer? This is a common question that I get from friends, family and even my kids. For me it came when I was in college. At the very mature age of 18 (insert sarcasm), I knew I was interested in the law and that’s about it. I grew up watching my parents go to work every day with dread. They worked hard and took pride in their work, but they were never excited about what they were doing. My mom told me about this concept of never working a day in your life if you liked what you did. Sign me up for that! I considered becoming a police officer; however, when I learned that fighting was commonplace, I abandoned that idea. I’ll talk and argue all day long, but I’m not signing up for a sucker punch to the face. If you just stand back and think about what police officers do, it’s pretty amazing. When others run away from gun fire, they run towards it. To many peoples’ surprise, it actually was a negative encounter with a dishonest police officer that sent me to law school. I oftentimes say, “There’s nothing better than a good cop and nothing worse than a bad one.” I have yet to hear someone disagree. I have been a lawyer since 2006. Lawyers typically meet people when they are going through hard times. One thing that I can offer is The Golden Rule. At least that is what it was called when I was young. “Treat others the way you want to be treated;” I can hear my mom saying now. I have found that using my knowledge, abilities and experience to help good people going through hard times has given me that thing I wanted as a not-so-mature 18-year-old - “If you love what you do, you will never work a day in your life.”
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