If I were to choose one of these opportunities it would be a lawyer. It is funny; if I were asked this question years ago I would have said nothing because, I felt like I did not have any future ahead of me. That view changed when I got the chance to intern at The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities which is organization that represents clients who have been discriminated against. When I interned there, the work I was doing made me bring back my flame of becoming a lawyer. I help the lawyers with client calls, organizing documents and assisting with evidence. To many people it may seem as if this work is novice work. However, this type of work is administrative law and majority of time law is dealing with gargantuan amounts of evidence and organizing for trial. After this internship, it helped me grow my wings and enter the law field. This can change the world drastically; I would practice in public interest law. I will have the opportunity to assist client who feel torn and have no other options and also be a leading voice for those whose voice cannot be heard. This is the purpose of public interest law representing the people’s interest and concerns. My first goal will be to attain my Bachelor’s degree, then study for the LSAT in which determines my fate in law school and last will be to enter my dream school New England School of Law.