Naïve as it sounds, I wanted the world to be fair. When I realized it wasn’t, I thought “Maybe I can’t make the whole world fair, but I can make my little corner of it that way.” The question I then asked myself was, “What am I going to do about injustice?”
For years after I got out of law school I tried cases for people who were injured or otherwise wronged. I had a persistent nagging feeling that I wasn’t getting my clients full justice. I wanted to be a better trial lawyer. Then in 2005, I went to Trial Lawyers College to do just that. There I learned what it really means to be a lawyer for the people. I’m so proud to fight for the “Davids” of this world against the Goliaths. You can email Ron at email@example.com.