But never be what is stereotyped as a lawyer. I want to keep my red streaked hair, piercings, and dorky persona. I will not loose myself!
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Wait, do you go to U of L? And perhaps know Ian Godfrey? I know part of the fun of 43things is the anonymity, so I won’t be offended if you don’t reply, but as a Kentuckian, I can’t help myself from playing the “do you know…” game.
Good for you...keep your hair color etc.
Please, please do not change it for anyone. Be an advocate, fight for those who can’t and don’t get swallowed by school loans…work at the bookstore if you have to…the school will pay your tuition. Then, you are free to do what you want.
It is challenging, but can be boring, so carve your own way in the law…figure out what you want to advocate for…what you want to do because so many just want to be a lawyer..like me…then end up in a job they don’t like, unfulfilled. Think about that now and you will do great things.
Being a lawyer can make you into a non-person. So, stay yourself…don’t lose yourself.
Philip is bringing his 43things up to date.
That's really fascinating
I’m sorta working through this need-to-be-a-responsible-adult-but-don’t-want-to-conform-to-others’-stereotype-of-a-responsible-adult thing. But i would have guessed that law is one of the hardest fields to pull that off. I wish you every success, and would love to hear more about how this works for you.