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I had never really thought of law as even a remote possibility of a career unitl recently Several weeks ago wile studing for my least favorite class I realized that I was sort of enjoying reading law cases Everything that I do these days I am analizing in the back of my mind trying to figure whether I would consider it as a career Because of my surprising revolation that I was actually enjoying the pains taking task of reading law lead me to my selection for this paper I dont know if I have the qualifications personality-wise but I have been told that I am convincing and level minded about expressing my thoughs and others Part of my personality is persistance a very good and I think necessary quality for a atourney at law On the other hand I dont know if all the tedious technical research is for me Most of the time I am not technical minded in terms of memorizing definisions and tedious analyzation of literature I am more of a hands on person I am technical minded but from a physical standpoint electronics and that sort of thing Another thing is that I must be interested in something in order to axcell at it I would not suceed al law unluss I became passionate about it and was driven to suceed I do know that I have toe potential to acomplish anything that I put my mind to so I figured that if I found that I liked law then I would be great at it reguardless ofwhether or not my present personality trated fit that of a lawyer If I were to become a lawyer I would be a great lawyer and I would be my own lawyer completely unique and cofident in my profesion On e question that arised in the practice of law is the abundance of lawyers In 1996 lawyers heald 622000 jobs in the
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