An Informational Interview: Sarah Buel

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Informational Interview: Sarah Buel Because I am not certain what career path I intend to pursue, it was difficult to determine an appropriate person for my informational interview. However, following the advice at Quintessential Careers, I focused on my possible career choices (Quintessential Careers, Unk.). What I found was that I was likely to be involved in some type of work involving domestic violence, though I am still uncertain of the nature of that work. As a result, I decide to interview Sarah Buel. Sarah Buel is a noted attorney in the field of domestic violence. Currently a Clinical Professor and Founding Director of the Diane Halle Center for Family Justice at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, Buel was one of the names that came up most frequently as I was looking into the field of domestic violence (Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, 2012). I chose to interview Sarah Buel because of what I learned about her personal history. Buel is passionate about domestic violence because she was once a domestic violence victim. She thinks that all people are potential victims of domestic violence and that domestic violence impacts people in all areas of their lives and the law. This passion has led her to advocacy work and also led to significant changes in how the law approaches battered women. In fact, she may be most noteworthy for her work in Massachusetts, where she was able to work towards the release of several women who had

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