"To leave the law is, in a real sense, to enter the world of the great unwashed. Not everyone you meet and work with is a highly motivated professional. Not everyone has internalized the rules of professional conduct and courtesy by which you've lived"
the main reasons Howard Tullman went to law school was that he saw it as
a way to achieve career stability, accomplish order and be judged on his
ability alone. He explains why this was important to him:
"My father was in sales and changed jobs often in order to advance. I didn't want that kind of life. I saw the law as a more