When Carly Fiorina, the former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Co., was speaking at the Texas Diversity and Leadership Conference in Dallas in May 2007, she was asked why she had decided to take such a public stance in support of diversity when not all women at top levels in business are comfortable doing so. She answered, in essence, that she was being her “authentic self.” For her, there was no alternate position on the issue.

Everyone defines dreams and goals differently. For law school students preparing to work in a legal position for the first time during a summer clerkship with a law firm, corporation or other organization, the stark reality of actually achieving the goal of becoming an attorney hits home pretty quickly — and with gusto!

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