My friends and family, I’m still in my first year of law school.

I love it.

I know that I’m a very smart, hardworking, hard-working person.

I can handle myself, I can think critically, I have a lot of experience in the legal system.

But now I have to decide whether or not I’m going to be a lawyer.

I have friends who are in their 20s, and they’re looking at their careers, and I’m like, “I don’t want to be that person.”

I’m the one who decides that I want to get a lawyer’s license.

The reason why I’m staying in law school is because I’ve spent a lot time thinking about the profession.

I’ve read a lot, I’ve watched a lot.

I’m really happy about my decision.

I like being a lawyer, and when I get a chance to go, I want my friends and colleagues to know that.

I want them to know I have their back.

But when I decided to not join the profession, I knew that it would be a really difficult decision.

Because it would mean being forced to do a lot more work and be involved with the legal world.

I didn’t have a good job in law enforcement.

I don’t think I would have made it if I was in the same profession.

But I had an incredible support network in the community.

And so I wanted to put myself in the shoes of those who weren’t able to do that and to put my experiences there.

I wanted people to know how they can reach out and find support for themselves and their family members.

I thought it would help me understand why I decided I was not a legal professional and why I chose to leave it behind.

I got a chance [to join the notary profession] when I was 20.

I was 18 at the time, and my parents decided to put me in the notarial room.

My mother was a notary, so I was like, I think I want a job.

So I had a good understanding about the notaries, but I didn`t know anything about them or how to do anything.

I also didn`ve done my research.

My friends were telling me about legal education, so my mom, who was a lawyer herself, said, “You know, if you want to go to law school, do it.

Get a law degree, you know, go and get a law job.”

So I was excited to get in.

My first day, I was at the courthouse, and the notarization desk was open.

I had never been in the office before.

I went in, and there was a man who was notary and he was working in the front desk.

He asked me, “Do you know what your first job is?”

I was just like, okay.

I already knew.

I knew I wanted a notarial job.

The notarizing job was not my first choice, because I had always thought about law school more as an education, but it`s something I really like.

I think it`ll make me more knowledgeable about the law and more involved in the process of doing my job.

I get to go up against a lot smarter and more experienced people, and it`d be great to be part of that.

It would mean I would be working with a lot less people, I would work with a better staff, and that would make me a better person.

That is what I wanted.

My mom was like the first person to give me that opportunity.

The next day, my mom said, you want a lawyer?

And I said, sure.

I`m ready.

I asked my mother what her first job was, and she said, a notarist.

And I was really excited because she told me she was going to take me to a notario.

My job was to be in the room where people would sign notarizations.

I would sign all the notaria.

That was my job, to sign the notaris.

My parents came and we sat there for a couple of hours, and then we left.

My dad was like happy.

He said, we have to give this person the job.

He`ll tell her what to do, and what to look for, and he`ll be there with me every day.

I told my mom I was ready, and so we went back to my parents house and we got in the car.

I took a break from law school for a month and then I got an offer to work for the firm.

The offer came with the offer of a full-time job, which was great.

I loved that I was getting a job that would allow me to support my family.

So we went to work that first month and I got