Whoever thought a child from an immigrant family in which no one had been to college would become an owner of a small law firm? Whoever thought a single pregnant mother with a one-year-old whose husband had passed would be able to run a law firm and raise two children? Was it an American Dream? Was it a way to go against the grain of the typical law firm? Or was it truly the magical way of helping people who were in more difficult circumstances than she was? Ten years later, I have come to realize that being a small firm lawyer is more than I can put into words. It is truly a lifetime of happiness despite numerous challenges.
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