I became a lawyer to fight the systems that chip away at our equality one vulnerable person at a time.
I remain a lawyer to fight for the tired, the poor, the mired, and sore.
I am a lawyer because we are the last bastion against injustice in a world that is unequivocally and unapologetically unfair and unequal. The world is a dark place. Plaintiffs’ lawyers hold only a small torch. But, without that flame there would, too often, be no light at all.