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From the very beginning law has been a part of my life My birth mother was a 16 year-old girl who had an unsupportive family and did not have the personal means to raise a child She decided to put me up for adoption and as luck would have it my godfather and my parents attorney took her case He negotiated my adoption and to him I will be forever grateful for providing me my family which led me to my interest in the law One of the most prominent memories I have of my childhood is that of me sitting at the kitchen table watching my dad work on one of his reports forensic psychological evaluations and me asking questions about his work As I got older my dad would explain to me how he interviewed criminals and gave them tests to determine their mental ability In my sophomore year of college I began working as his assistant office manager and found my calling law and forensic psychology For the past three years I have worked in an environment where I deal with the legal system every single day My dad is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in forensic evaluations for civil and criminal cases evaluations on competency to stand trial parental fitness custody guardianship psychosexual juvenile psychological and psychosexual and sexual offenserecidivism evaluations I assist him in testing patients and writing the evaluations as well as researching case law and listening to his testimonies in court I have attended two evidentiary hearings one criminal and one civil and a sentencing hearing federal court I seriously began considering law school in my junior year of college following a case that came through my dads office A patient was accused of murdering their biological children Our office was provided with the evidence to be presented in
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