Q: Hello. I’m a creative writer as well as a lawyer. I wrote some essays and stories that were published and can be easily found if one searches my name online.

My question is this: My writing is a little intense, and some might say emotional. It works in the creative field, but I’m worried that employers — if they should find these works — might conclude that it does not work for a lawyer.

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