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    It wasn’t always like this. I didn’t grow up intending to one day become a lawyer, and I didn’t meet some famous politician who inspired me to follow their foot steps. But I certainly don’t have to tell you that, my high school and junior high curriculum can. Usually any free space in my schedule would be filled with incompatible oddities, some of which include: computer aided drafting, journalism, yearbook, acting, etcetera. In actuality, I grew up despising politics due to my internal belief that

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    What is your dream job and why? I want to be a lawyer .The reason I want to be a lawyer r is I think this profession is very important and meaningful. If I am a lawyer, I will can contribute to maintaining the fairness and justice of society in the form of law: On one hand, I can take advantage of my expertise help mediate people's conflicts and disputes, so that they can live in harmony. On the other hand,I can defend Legitimate rights and interests for innocent, avoiding them suffering

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    Lawyers are often portrayed as invidious, rigid, and odious in media, as well attract an uneasy feeling in most individuals when brought up in conversation. Frequently they are at the punchline of jokes insulting their quirks. The obvious question is why would anyone want to be an attorney? In my case, I get a lot of influence from my mother who was a lawyer for twenty years. I was very proud to tell people my mom was a practicing attorney, even more so today knowing she often defended those that

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    3 Things that surprised me about the guide 1. one thing that surprised me was that you can write a letter to the judge beforehand. Discussing their concerns and recommendations. I thought that you can talk to the judge when you go to court I never knew how you could write a letter to him discussing concerns they have. 2. Another thing that surprised me was that there is a program called “BARJ” this stands for Balanced and Restorative Justice. They help kids who have committed a crime and explain

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    Notre Dame Future Plans

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    College week! I know I still have roughly four more years, but, I have been thinking on where I want to go college wise. When I graduate from high school, I want to go to Notre Dame, they have a wonderful teaching system for lawyers. I want to be a lawyer after high school. Tuition and fees at the University of Notre Dame are $47,929 without financial aid. With room, board, and other fees combined, total cost of attendance is $64,775. I have looked into the University of Notre Dame, and I have noticed

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    Why do you deserve to attend LEAP? Every since I was a child my parents always spoke about college.A dream of theirs has now become a huge goal for me, to be the first in my family to attend and graduate college. In the third grade, after getting a good grade on my tests their faces would light up and would tell me how proud they were of the intelligent young lady I was becoming and how they wanted me to make something great out of myself, but most importantly impact and change something in the

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    My long-term goal is to be a Lawyer. This would be a good and important goal for me to choose because I like to win cases and arguments. I believe in justice and equal rights. It would also make me a better person by completing school. Other than money, my goal provides fun, winning , and also success. My school has a great relationship to help me reach my goal by teaching me and getting helping me get good grades. If I get good grades I can go to college and get taught how to argue and win cases

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    Bartleby

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    Melville’s Bartleby, the Scrivener, many critics like to look at Bartleby and the mental workings that make him say “I would prefer not to”. However, I believe it is much more interesting to look at the lawyer in the context of a capitalist society. Bartleby, the Scrivener begins with a classic capitalist scene: An 1850’s law office on Wall Street. The protagonist, an unnamed lawyer, commences the story by telling the reader about how for thirty years, his life has been more or less ordinary, until

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    Interview: For the interview portion of the career paper, I contacted three different attorneys that I know. As I am not quite familiar with any of the three, I sent them formal email requests to interview over the phone or by email. The first of my three prospective interviewees is Garret Murai, the husband of my Girl Scout Troop leader and an experienced construction attorney at Wendel Rosen Black & Dean LLP. The second attorney I chose to contact was my friend’s older sister, Hannah Yang, an

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    let to his death. This shows the lawyer was caring, sympathetic, regretful, and devastated at the death of Bartleby. First, the caring personality of the lawyer is portrayed when Bartleby did not accept the help that he was offered by the lawyer . Bartleby when he tried to make Bartleby open up and tell him his problems. In the phrase “Ah Bartleby! Ah Humanity!” the narrator uses Bartleby to present humanity. The phrase is a soliloquy from the narrator enquiring why Bartleby refused help. Bartleby

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