I recently had the privilege of sharing of the process of becoming, and being, a lawyer with students at Houston Independent School District’s High School for Law and Justice (formerly the High School for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (“LECJ”)) 2018 Law Day program.  Students at this all-magnet school are exposed to issues pertinent to careers in law enforcement, law and forensics, in addition to traditional high school curriculum requirements.  Students were interested in how to become a lawyer, how much lawyers make and how to navigate the ethics of representing clients whose actions they disagreed with.  It was a fun and fascinating time.  There were plenty of professionals in attendance.  I should also note that its been thirty (30) years since I last stepped in the building (then as a student).  While the campus is relocating to its new physical home, students will still receive an early exposure to their legal dreams.