Sally Yates never wanted to be a lawyer, she told a largely-female Washington, D.C., crowd Thursday, but now she can’t imagine doing anything else.

Yates came from a family of lawyers—even her grandmother was one—but never thought she wanted to be one herself. But she did, and eventually she became one of the most famous lawyers in the country following a fateful 10 days as acting attorney general in January.

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