Being a lawyer wasn’t my first career choice…
despite my father’s not-so-subtle suggestion during my senior year of college. Instead, I spent nearly a decade in the social and human services non-profit sector, working to create the kind of world in which I wanted to live; one with kindness, compassion, and justice. The years I spent in those jobs helped me develop the people skills that clients sometimes find their attorneys lack.
At some point along the way, I came to the realization that I really liked (and was good at) being a problem-preventer. Different from a problem-solver, a problem-preventer excels at identifying potential (or likely) on-coming problems and creating, facilitating, and implementing solutions to ensure those problems don’t materialize, or at the very least, are minimized.
Being a problem-preventer in the social and human services non-profit sector is no easy task; the majority of time and resources are dedicated to problem-solving. As I looked for a way to be more of a problem-preventer, I ended up taking my dad's advice. I went to law school.
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